Eddie Scott & Ken Hill [from film "DeerBoy and the Hunter"]
The film "DeerBoy and the Hunter" by Bob Mizer relates to the freedom of late 1960s male nudity by embracing and pushing the boundaries of artistic expression. During this time, there was a growing acceptance of the male nude form as a legitimate subject for exploration and artistic representation. Mizer's film challenges societal norms by featuring male nudity in unconventional and thought-provoking ways. It reflects the spirit of liberation and the expanding freedom of expression that characterized the late 1960s, as artists and audiences embraced new possibilities for depicting the human body in its natural state.