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Subject: Re: CFNM scenes in the movies

jean the frenchie
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Date Posted: 10:14:27 06/15/21 Tue
In reply to: Drokel 's message, "Re: CFNM scenes in the movies" on 21:03:35 06/14/21 Mon

to Craig " are you sure that their agreement was asked, I presume that in some cases for young boys only the parents have given their agreement.

I don't think that it was too much embarrassing for a young boy under 12 o 13 age because he was interested by the making of the movie and the scene of nudity was not long generally.

of course when it is said that all the crew movie including women was here when he was naked for a scene, it is true and it might be a little strange for him but everybody might seem very busy so he had not the feeling to be expose naked to everybody and looked intently by everybody present.

For me the worst might be for boys between 13 and 18 age if they were naked and knew that girls classmates, sisters, neighbor girls, would see them naked, and if they went to a movie theater to see the movie and could hear the giggles and laughs of the female audience whhen there was a scene with them naked.

I dont know if it was different because they were in a group when there was in a movie a scene of a physical examination or a group shower after sports and all a group of boys shown naked, even sometimes male teeanagers.
Was it less embarassing because there was a group of naked boys ?

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Date Posted: 15:56:01 06/15/21 Tue

If I was signing my child up for anything I would ask them if they minded being naked first. And, I would probaby refuse because there are too many freaks watching.

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John to Jean (Mad)
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Date Posted: 21:17:51 06/15/21 Tue

Jean - you make an assumption that most on this site make. That is that pre-pubescent boys are not modest. I dont know where that assumption comes from. Perhaps as a rationale that allows authorities to strip them in public without the authority feeling guilty.

Speaking for myself, I was quite aware of my clothed status beginning in about first grade. And I would have had the same feelings of being embarrassed about being naked in public as would anyone else.

Just because authorities draw the line at puberty as far as accepting public nudity of boys does not have any bearing on the boys feeling. Just wanted to point out that erroneous assumption.
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Date Posted: 23:08:28 06/15/21 Tue

I think it rests much on the skills of the director of the movie to convince a boy or group of boys to act naked in a scene.

For example in the Disney movie Polyanna where a boy had to pose naked in the skinnydipping opening scene the boy only accepted to pose for the shooting of the scene in the open when the director promised him a new bike if he accepted to pose for the scene.

It was the same in the bare spanking scene in 'Joe the King'. According to the director's own comment the boy was very embarrassed to act in that scene but somehow the director convinced him to do it.

I would say that it is the same in many or most other movies when these nude scenes have to be shot, it is the director's ability and convincing skills that makes the boys accept to act in these scenes.

I would also think that before signing the contract for the movie the boys parents would be informed and have to accept that nudity scenes will be shot.
Also in most cases when doing the interviews with the director to choose which boy actors he will choose for the roles he will only choose the ones that accept to act in these nudity scenes besides other considerations.

There is a lot of behind the scenes work to shoot a movie which usually takes several months to shoot. Some scenes which only appear for a few minutes in the finished movie may take a whole day to shoot and may even be repeated if the director is not satisfied with the result.
What we see as a 2 hour movie is always a small part of many hours of shooting from different angles and several cameras and several repeats of each scene which has to be edited and only a small part shown in the finished movie.
So even a nudity scene may take a whole morning or whole afternoon to shoot until the director gets it right.
Same for CFNM scenes of course where the nude boys and clothed girls or women actors have to be well instructed and posed for the scene.
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Date Posted: 01:27:03 06/17/21 Thu

This is true. I grew up in Germany where child nudity is viewed very different.
One publication said a scene where 2 boys were nude with 5 girls wearing various articles of clothing took 22 takes.
Between mistakes, blocking and various other common theatrical mishaps, the boys got erections off and on during the shooting.
The boys were 10 and 12 and were in constant view of the girls and everyone on set! The filming for a 2 minute scene took over 3 hours with the boy's nude the whole time!!
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Markus to Gretchen
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Date Posted: 01:58:29 06/19/21 Sat

"The filming for a 2 minute scene took over 3 hours with the boy's nude the whole time"

That's not true for two reasons:
1- Their are child labor laws restricting how long a child can be on set, and no filmmaker would waste the entire time the child actor is on set on a single scene. Filmmakers have to make the most of the time they have with the child on set.

2- An actor, regardless of age or gender, is never going to be naked the whole time. During the time it takes to set up the scene, actors would be wearing a robe (or towel). The actors only get naked to film the scene. Between takes, they put the robe (or towel) back on and wait until the new take is ready to film.AN exception to this is the film "Robbie". There's an article about the filming of the movie (from the same time as the movie came out) where they say the 2 boys remained naked for the whole filming, but only because they refused to put anything on. The 2 boys wanted to stay naked, and the filmmakers decided to allow them. If I can find the article again, I'll link it. The point is that the actors (in this case,kids) remaining naked isn't a normal thing in filmmaking, and only occurred because the the kids refused to put on clothes, and the filmmakers decided to allow it. The filmmakers could have made them put on clothes, but didn't. They didn't see the harm in the kids remaining naked if they wanted to. They were only about 8 or 9 years old, so it wasn't a big deal.
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Date Posted: 06:41:57 06/19/21 Sat

Here's what I can dig up about Robby:

Robby is a cinematic retelling of Robinson Crusoe, with the title character and Man Friday being reca st in juvenile roles. Those roles were played by Warren Raum and Ryp Siani, respectively.

The movie was filmed on an uninhabited Caribbean island [as I recall, the same island where Lord of the Flies was filmed], where there was no danger of anyone being arrested for indecent exposure. Both boys unhesitantly stripped to the buff on the first day of filming.


Both boys remained nude all of the time that they were not filming scenes which required clothes. Their nudity proved contagious when most of the adults in the crew likewise disrobed.

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Petronela (Curious)
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Date Posted: 23:05:04 08/17/21 Tue

Gretchen is right. Filming nude scenes can be very stressful for boys and men, especially when it happens in the presence of clothed women :)
France 2 television returned to the secrets of the movie "Les Petroleuses", and in particular to the stage where 4 actors, including Georges Beller, found themselves completely naked in front of Brigitte Bardot. It was an example of female domination as "The West is no longer a place for men." And it was perfectly symbolized by the scene when the four brothers were forced by the main character, Louise, to undress under the threat of using a gun. And because they still wouldn't tell her what they were looking for in the ranch area, the woman shot a Winchester at their feet several times. This made them desperately shout "Oil! Oil! Oil !!!" But even after that confession, Louise wouldn't let them go, showing them her advantage and clearly playing with their shame.
At first, the actors naively believed that the scene would be short and that no woman would see them from the front. How wrong they were! It took a long time to shoot the scene. Brigitte was present on the set the whole time. With a shotgun in her hand and a smile on her face, she watched the naked colleagues from the movie set.
Georges Beller also explained that, being truly completely naked, it took a few takes before they agreed to completely turn around and put their hands up in front of the sublime and attractive Brigitte Bardot. She stared at them with obvious satisfaction. The shame and embarrassment felt by the men was so big that for a few days they turned their faces in the company of Brigitte :)
The actress herself admits with a laugh that shooting this scene was a great fun for her. "Kidnapping" four men, forcing them to undress and shooting them at their feet was fun.
Here is the link to the program:https://youtu.be/V2kVYX2MvJo
If the girls want to see his naked jumps under fire and shapely buttocks, Georges Beller is second from the left at 6:39 and the rest of the program.
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Mauro ((to Petronela))
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Date Posted: 01:48:01 08/18/21 Wed

I just can immagine the embarassment for the naked males. But I think how much it was emarassing too for the guys of the crew. And how much their females coworker in the crew did teased them about it. The males can't do nothing about it; they just had to let the girls had their fun!
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John to Observer (Mad)
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Date Posted: 02:08:26 06/16/21 Wed

Observer - all good points with which I agree.

And it supports my point that prepubescent boys are quite aware that they are naked and are usually embarrassed about it. That is why the director has to work hard to cajole them to get naked for the role.

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jean the frenchie
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Date Posted: 09:59:28 06/16/21 Wed

to "observer"

of course you are right on all the points that you stated, especially how it can be long to shot a nudity scene, even if it lasts only a few minutes on the screen once the movie is finished.

But there is one point on which I am less convinced, it is about the agreement of a boy or a girl to shot a scene with nudity in the past.
Of course you are right since a lot of years when children rights were recongnized but I doubt that in the 50 and 60 's years, the agreement of a minor person was required if the director had the agreement of the parents.

In my opinion, they were told that their parents had agreed and it was enough, that did not mean that the director of the movie might not use arguments or gifts to convince a boy to play naked in a scene because if he wanted that he played it naturally, it was of course necessary that he did not complain al the time or showed an unpleased face !

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