Hardcore nudity in Babies documentary  MAY 10 2010

Kids in Mind reviews movies with a finer tooth comb than G/PG/PG-13/etc. -- it's basically "won't somebody please think of the children" for movies. Babies, the documentary that follows four infants through the first years of their lives, didn't do so well in the Sex/Nudity department.

Children of various ages, from newborns to toddlers, are seen in various states of undress, including unobscured views of both male and female genitals.

This was filed under Violence/Gore:

An infant's bare buttocks are seen with what appears to be fecal matter; a woman lifts up the child and in the process gets fecal matter on her leg, which she wipes off with a corncob. A stream of urine is seen coming from a baby and landing on a table.

The corncob scene will HAUNT YOUR DREAMS. The site's two "perfect" scores are worth reading too: Crank: High Voltage and Halloween. (via lowindustrial)

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