America Stripped: Clean talk, naked people with doc director! (2012 Video Interview)
I never thought the day would come that Iâ€™d admit that I canâ€™t bear to see one more naked woman, but todayâ€™s the day; Iâ€™ve reached my limit.
Not that Iâ€™m anti-nudity, but there is good naked and bad naked in my eyes. Iâ€™m not saying that to be cruel. Itâ€™s just like when I go to a gallery opening and there is art that I like and art that I donâ€™t.
Watching David Palmerâ€™s new documentary, America Stripped: Naked Las Vegas, you canâ€™t help but respond emotionally to the intense variety of ways in which the world of naked is served. The film records the process that photographer Greg Friedler went through to identify and capture the souls of everyday Las Vegas citizens for the fourth book in his Naked series.
There are plenty of attractive young and old people here, but there are greater numbers of men and women who, while we may admire their pride in showing off their natural gifts, our own lives are not necessarily enhanced by seeing their wares.
As for Palmer, this is his second high-profile film this year. He also co-directed the critically acclaimed indie comedy, Hit & Run, starring Kristin Bell, Bradley Cooper and Dax Shepherd.