[REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

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Re: [REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

Postby Warg » Sat Feb 02, 2019 7:18 pm  0 likes

Sully23 wrote:I really am not sure if it was the hippies, or the 90's what I did in the last years of the 70's and early 80's came those films Pre-teen and also in the artistic with David Hamilton works also also directed film
That's exactly what I meant - the parent generation of the 90es is the same generation that was in Woodstock: a child of 10 years in 1990 was born in 1980, if its parents were around 30 by this time (average age of first child parents then, at least in Germany) they were 19 in 1969 ... :ugeek:
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Re: [REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

Postby Sully23 » Sat Feb 02, 2019 8:33 pm  0 likes

I have another theory, is not that euros are hippies is something very cultural, I am American (continent) in my region there is no topless on the beaches, there is no Romanian baptism or botez not even the art is related to children, once I was surprised the nudist camps in Europe and even a scandal that there was but I will only limit myself to say it was just a scandal in the end.

Europe unlike in america the subject of the human body is different as they see it in Europe that's why it's my assumption about it.
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Re: [REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

Postby Warg » Sat Feb 02, 2019 10:17 pm  0 likes

Sully23 wrote:I have another theory, is not that euros are hippies is something very cultural, I am American (continent) in my region there is no topless on the beaches, there is no Romanian baptism or botez not even the art is related to children, once I was surprised the nudist camps in Europe and even a scandal that there was but I will only limit myself to say it was just a scandal in the end.

Europe unlike in america the subject of the human body is different as they see it in Europe that's why it's my assumption about it.
In the beginning of the 20th century a back-to-nature movement started to influence all parts of european culture advocating among other thing a healthier life style with e.g. sports. Nudity was seen as natural. Out of this grew naturism, advocated especially for children. Greek athlets of antiquity did sports nude and so it was very in line with fascist aestheticism and the movement was rather right wing. But it never was mainstream in Europe - not even in the 70es or 80es.

When later in the 60es leftist anti-establishment propaganda lead to the claim of "sexual liberation" the theoretically already accepted idea that nudity and sexuality are natural things weakened the conservative resistance. In consequence nudity in films was not longer censored and even pornography legalized. Then it went for political correctness to advocate even the greatest liberality. Out of this climate came all these movies with an abundance of nude scenes. But all of this was only superficial and did not grew deep roots.

So, I wouldn't call this an essential part of "european culture", it's rather something accepted out of an indifference that is euphemistically called "tolerance". And this can today very well live side by side with a nearly victorian attitude when it comes to the sexuality of children, which is also accepted mainly out of indifference and is called "child protection". :?
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Re: [REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

Postby Sully23 » Sat Feb 02, 2019 11:14 pm  0 likes

excellent point
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Re: [REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

Postby ghost » Sun Feb 03, 2019 10:43 am  0 likes

Yes, Warg. I think you got the point. :?
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Re: [REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

Postby Sully23 » Sun Feb 03, 2019 7:25 pm  0 likes

I see them scared, they comment with fear
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Re: [REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

Postby ghost » Mon Feb 04, 2019 2:36 am  12 likes

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Re: [REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

Postby Phuzzy4242 » Mon Feb 04, 2019 1:12 pm  0 likes

This man has way too much time on his hands. :lol:
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Re: [REL] L'Immoralita (1978)

Postby ghost » Mon Feb 04, 2019 1:19 pm  0 likes

Phuzzy4242 wrote:This man has way too much time on his hands. :lol:


No, he has not. And that's his problem.. :?

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