In August 2008, filmmaker Brian Fender posted an add on Craigslist to solicit volunteers for a documentary project. He invited “subjects” into his living room to strip down and reveal themselves physically and emotionally through personal stories about their relationship to their penises.

Fender interviewed a vast cross-section of anonymous, naked men about their prized appendage: from monks to transsexuals to ex-marines to designers, ranging in age from 21 to 80.

Hoping to demystify, illuminate, and even celebrate this “member” in our society, this DIY documentary is a candid exploration of what it means to have a dick.

“The film opens up a valuable, honest dialogue on one of society’s still-taboo subjects. Snicker all you want, but the film ends up being an intriguing, honest examination of male sexuality that covers a wide range of topics without getting heavy-handed or overlong.” – DVD Talk

“Dick: The Documentary may have an incredibly simple set-up but it’s an almost literally blank canvas for both the participants and the viewers to look at the penis in a way they may never have before.” – Big Gay Picture Show

48 minutes / 2014 / English

Note: This film contains full frontal nudity


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