It is also included in the book 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die, where critic Marc Siegel calls it "a charming and melodramatic tour de force of underground invention", which "attains a level of emotional seriousness that makes it stand out among the camp and trash Hollywood parodies to which it is inevitably compared.
Siegel praised the technical and creative skills of the director, highlighting his "stunning title and production design, ingenious inventory of odd and unflattering camera angles and his insatiable talent at adapting the glamorous concerns and emotional extremes of Hollywood flicks to banal realities and human proportions of his neighborhood friends".
"I think in a lot of people's minds he's still Harry Potter.
An army of gay/nazi bikers make their engines roar and ride the way to pain/pleasure as sexual and sadistic symbols are intercut into the dazing chaos and rhythmic experiences of this ...
The film is about a depressed independent director who becomes awkward when he asks to film his actresses nude.
It features partial nudity and sex scenes, as the director becomes jealous after seeing Kerness and her boyfriend make love during a steamy session in the shower.
It stars Kuchar, Donna Kerness, Stella Kuchar, and Andrea Lunin.
The most popular and acclaimed of Kuchar's filmography of over 200 films – it was voted 52nd in Village Voice's Critics' Poll of the 100 Best Films of the 20th Century.
"When we first started rehearsing, it became a joke between us. "There have been photos of me on the front page of Indian newspapers. I expected some of it because obviously, it was Daniel Radcliffe and he's famous.Anthony asks if he's sure, so Ian replies, "Yeah dude, it's like, I forgot to wear my watch but it's like three in the afternoon. Obviously, I would've gotten dressed at some point." Anthony tells Ian to look down, but Ian says that he isn't. / Meat in Your Mouth / If Holidays Were Real / Best of 2011 Remix! In summary, "a very direct and subtle, very sad and funny look at nothing more or less than sexual frustration and aloneness", according to the Ann Arbor Film Festival, who screened it in 2012.Hold Me While I'm Naked is the best known and most acclaimed of Kuchar's films, and ranked 52nd in the Critics' Poll of the 100 best films of the 20th century that appeared originally in The Village Voice (4 January 2000).You have probably seen the Don't Look At Me, I'm Naked photo on any of your favorite social networking sites, such as Facebook, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitter, or even your personal website or blog.