Complex – nudist movie

A bromance-style film, focusing on the cultural adaptability of two heterosexual men sharing an apartment. However, one of them happens to be a nudist.

This film explores the stigmas and social complexities of the socially-nude lifestyle when it meets with the conservative normality of the everyday person. This film also sets up both the protagonist and the antagonist as two heterosexual men; a rare yet potent dynamic for a film dealing with social issues. Naturally, they are influenced by the women in their lives too – but not always in a positive manner.

Psychology student Lachlan (Dan Monty) is in need of a flatmate. He is confronted by several very unsuitable applicants. When Travis (Tim Crowe) appears on the scene, he flounces in and makes himself at home with the nervous and neurotic Lachlan.
But it does not take long for Travis to find himself equally as shaken when Lachlan suddenly expresses his secret to Travis — that he is an outspoken nudist.
What ensues is a glimpse into the social standards, etiquettes and stigmas of naturism among young people in a contemporary urban setting.

Not to be confused with the 1963 movie, ‘Naked Complex’, This ‘Complex’ is a soon-to-be completed short bromance-style film, focusing on the cultural adaptability of two straight men deciding to share an apartment. However, one of them turns out to be a nudist.
This film explores the stigmas and social complexities of the socially-nude lifestyle when it meets with the conservative normality of the everyday person. This film also sets up both the protagonist and the antagonist as two heterosexual men; a rare yet potent dynamic for a film dealing with social issues. Naturally, they are influenced by the women in their lives too – but not always in a positive manner.”         Premieres March 2, 2014

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