That's not what this post is about. However, there is considerably less information for those looking for a glimpse of full frontal male nudity. This is especially surprising considering the amount of full-frontal nudity that exists in Hollywood films, and the caliber of the many actors who have shown off their little guy on the big screen: Richard Gere, Kevin Bacon and Jason Segel, to name just a few. There are also those actors who seem to actively seek out roles that require them to drop trou. There are actors such as Michael Fassbender and Vincent Gallo whose members become more famous than the films in which they star. But the actors attached to them were brave enough to bare all and for that, we salute them. Video produced by Amber Genuske and Oliver Noble.
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NC min Drama. A sex addict's carefully cultivated private life falls apart after his sister arrives for an indefinite stay. This 11 minute homage to the male member shows its subject in the various stages of erection. The voice-over poem by James Broughton includes the line "This is the secret that will not stay hidden. Votes: R min Drama, Mystery, Thriller. With his wife's disappearance having become the focus of an intense media circus, a man sees the spotlight turned on him when it's suspected that he may not be innocent. James Broughtons The Golden Positions is a meditation on and catalog of the human body in all its positions and activities. The actors, mostly naked, are filmed largely in sepia in short Directors: James Broughton , Kermit Sheets.
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Full-frontal male nudity is perhaps the biggest taboo in Hollywood, but that hasn't stopped some pretty famous actors from dropping trou and showing off what they're packing. Yes, these men are dedicated to the craft, and they hold nothing back. Here are some of the most famous and infamous male nude scenes in film history. In this biopic of the famed sexologist Alfred Charles Kinsey, Sarsgaard plays his assistant and co-author who easily seduces him by strutting around in the buff.
It's remarkably rare for male actors to drop trou and reveal all on camera, allowing their manhood to be immortalized on film. And when it does happen, it can generally earn the film a more restrictive rating from the Motion Picture Association of America than it would if it were a female actor baring their bits. But even with that archaic bit of ratings rulings still going on, the ever-elusive male full frontal does make it way to the movie theater from time to time.