Nude Stage Performance 6 - Naked Masque

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Masque for the Marriage of Ferdinand and Miranda - part of the film Prosperos Books by Peter Greenaway from 1991, which is based on the substance of Shakespeare's "The Tempest".

Added by egines 2 years ago
Runtime: 10:50
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Categories: Public Nudity Vintage
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3 months ago
Saw this film all those years ago: my favourite Shakespeare play in which I played Caliban in amateur version some 10 years later. What a lovely surprise to see excerpts of here: it brought interesting memores..........thank you
6 months ago
Is this on DVD? Is it in HD anywhere? Anyone got the full video?
2 years ago
Hot video with lots of beautiful women. :)
2 years ago
@ Can-D

Prospero's Books (1991), written and directed by Peter Greenaway, is a cinematic adaptation of The Tempest, by William Shakespeare. John Gielgud is Prospero, the protagonist who provides the off-screen narration and the voices to the other story characters. Stylistically, Prospero's Books is narratively and cinematically innovative in its techniques, combining mime, dance, opera, and animation. Edited in Japan, the film makes extensive (and pioneering) use of digital image manipulation (using Hi-Vision video inserts and the Paintbox system), often overlaying multiple moving and still pictures with animations. Michael Nyman composed the musical score and Karine Saporta choreographed the dance. The film is also notable for its extensive use of nudity, reminiscent of Manierist paintings depiciting mythological characters. The nude actors and extras represent a realistic cross-section of male and female humanity.
2 years ago
2 years ago
I dig this Nyman music. A lot!
2 years ago
OK that was different :)

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