TV Nudity (War & Peace again)

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We recently wrote about BBC’s adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s ‘War & Peace’.

What I didn’t know then, but subsequently discovered as the tale unfolded, was that it also, possibly surprisingly, featured full frontal male nudity.


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Predictably, one or two bits of the British media expressed ‘shock‘ and ‘outrage‘ and a few other hyperbolic cliches.

I didn’t blink. It’s a penis. What adult, male or female, hasn’t seen one? So how ‘shocking’ is it to see one on TV?

More to the point, the nudity was entirely appropriate in the context of Napoleonic era Europe. What do viewers expect? That Russian soldiers had speedoes in their kit bags? Of course, given a body of water at the end of a march or the filth and squalor of war, soldiers are going to strip off to bathe. It is properly within its context. Who, in 2016, should…

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10 thoughts on “TV Nudity (War & Peace again)”

  1. We feel full frontal nudity of both sexes should be shown when it’s contextual with the story like it was here !!

  2. It’s a man with no clothes on, I don’t see what the big deal was. I heard people saying they were shocked but I was unfazed.

    1. Well our society in general has made the penis out to be harmful, a weapon. There is total disregard for the beauty of them. The penis does not define the man, it’s merely a highlight that should be enjoyed no matter what size or shape it is.

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