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Subject: Re: CFNM scenes in the movies

Markus to Gretchen
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Date Posted: 01:58:29 06/19/21 Sat
In reply to: Gretchen 's message, "Re: CFNM scenes in the movies" on 01:27:03 06/17/21 Thu

"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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