Travelling or based outside United States? Video availability outside of United States varies. Sign in to see videos available to you. Close Menu. From Candid Cameraman Allen Funt comes a hysterical feature films that tells and shows all. Witness America's response to one of the most titillating stunts of all time in this hilarious expose of sex and society.
A year ago I visited the headquarters of the Danish public broadcaster DR to film a piece about the international success of their dramas Borgen and the Killing. The two protagonists in those series were strong, feisty females who took no nonsense from anyone. So it seems a little surreal to be back in Denmark now to talk to the same broadcasting company about their new show, called Blachman, in which a woman is required to stand naked in front of fully-clothed men and to remain silent as those men talk about her body. Yet it makes uncomfortable viewing.
Allen Funt, creator of the long-running TV series "Candid Camera," finds an even more candid use for those cameras in this documentary about contemporary sexual mores. Most of the film consists, in Funt's usual style, of people filmed secretly as they react to some bizarre situation Funt has concocted. It's not terribly funny, but as a record of America
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