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About the Movie
The Dickumentary tells the story of the penis— from its evolution as a biological structure millions of years ago in prehistoric fish, to today. Cultures have worshipped it, and circumcised it. Men have sought ways to make it larger. Traveling across 14 countries, featuring interviews with more than 40 experts, it’s an epic journey through a subject that doesn’t get talked about nearly enough in polite society.
seems like there are lots of incorrect statements here. the world record for largest penis is 13 in. so how did they find someone with a 14? lots of pointless and awkward tangents that nobody cares about. spent a good half of the movie talking in circles about circumcision. and spent most of their time on size (which was probably the biggest question on everyone’s mind) on a guy getting a penis enlargement operation. which is more a study on people doing pointless things that aren’t really effective, than it is education on how men feel about the size of their penises. i came into this as a man who is fascinated by dicks, and left as a man who only learned 2 things. A duck has a freakin awesome crazy dick, and suppressed old gay men are crazy. p.s. less than 5% of the male pop. has a dick 7 in long, i doubt you have never worked with someone in that 95% ms. pornstar.
Strange and Wonderful
My expectations weren’t too high given the crop of penis-themed movies out there. But I was happily surprised by this little gem. The title sounds like it’s going to be a National Lampoon-esque pun-fest, but it’s actually chock-full of legitimately informative interviews -- and I especially loved the material from Japan, where I spent several years studying. I had heard about the phallus festival there and seen some images of it, but this made me feel like I was there. The visuals throughout the film are strong, with segments in India, Greece and a few other countries.
If you want to learn a lot about the penis and be entertained then this is the film. It doesn’t take itself too seriously, but it knows what it’s talking about.