Free the NippleA group of fearless women fight for their right to go topless in public, as they smash societal taboos one bare breast at a time. The film centers on a liberal journalist, named With, who sees potential in a story and hooks herself up with the group.
Actors of "Free the Nipple"
Directors of "Free the Nipple"Lina EscoBirthdate: 14 May 1985, Miami, Florida, USA
Creators of "Free the Nipple"Lina EscoBirthdate: 14 May 1985, Miami, Florida, USAHunter Richards
Critic Reviews of "Free the Nipple"Entertainment WeeklyJanuary 13, 2015
Yes, breasts are a beautiful, natural, baby-nourishing thing, and they've been bizarrely shamed and oversexualized in American culture-but writer-director Lina Esco's amateurish debut is not the film to set them free.Los Angeles TimesDecember 26, 2014
"Free the Nipple" is a bright, scrappy satire inspired by a real-life movement to nationally legalize a woman's right to go topless in public - just like a man can.New York TimesDecember 11, 2014
"Free the Nipple" is first and foremost the cinematic equivalent of a billboard.New York Daily NewsDecember 10, 2014
The movie is so tone deaf, and travels so far from its original feminist ideals, that it's painful to watch.Village VoiceDecember 09, 2014
It's too rare for movies to depict women working together as friends to effect political change, and this one makes it seem righteous, loud, and fun as a rock concert.Movie MezzanineDecember 15, 2014
Free the Nipple is more of a confusing and frustrating experience than an inspiring one...The DissolveDecember 15, 2014
With's rapid and multiple changes of heart fly fast and furious in the film's first act, making it difficult to get a handle on either her motivations or her basic character.Film Journal InternationalDecember 12, 2014
Free the Nipple is ... a silly little bit of fluff and, worse, a painfully amateurish piece of filmmaking.GuardianDecember 11, 2014
Its meandering storyline, poorly drawn characters and lifeless scenes are, at their best, merely predictable and bland. When things go wrong - and man, do they go wrong - it's just embarrassing.Slant MagazineDecember 09, 2014
This is kind of didactic topical movie that distributes its rhetoric evenly between characters with clear distinction as to who's playing devil's advocate to the other one's points.
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