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Fuck: A Documentary

YEAR: 2005 | LENGTH: 1 part (90 minutes)  |  SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA


Fuck is a 2005 documentary film by director Steve Anderson which argues that the word fuck is an integral part of societal discussions surrounding both freedom of speech and censorship. The film analyzes the term from topical perspectives including art, linguistics, politics, society and comedy. It begins with a segment of the 1965 propaganda film, Perversion for Profit. The film features commentary by a variety of individuals, including Kevin Smith, Steven Bochco, Janeane Garofalo, Chuck D., Ron Jeremy, Bill Maher, Michael Medved, Alan Keyes, Judith Martin, Drew Carey, Alanis Morissette, Ice T, Pat Boone, and Billy Connolly. Analysis from a scholarly perspective is provided by academics including linguist Reinhold Albert Aman, journalism analyst David Shaw, and other language experts.


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