We've written about dick before. Hell, it's really all we ever write about. But we're referring to the recent documentary about penis and how to fix erectile dysfunction. Well, believe it or not, there's another! Director Brian Fender is now weighing in with a new movie titled Dick: The Documentary. In it, men from the ages of 21 to 80 talk about their cock and what it means to them, both physically and emotionally.
In an interview with The Huffington Post, Fender says, "The truth is: most people love dick. Most men love their own, most women love them, and gay men are obsessed with them. That's why I wanted to confront the audience with all of these penises in an innocuous setting." We're big dick fans (and fans of big dicks!) for sure. Too bad Fender didn't find us on Craigslist, which is where he placed an ad in 2008. The filmmaker then interviewed 63 subjects, who ranged from monks to ex-marines to transsexuals. These guys stripped down and openly discussed their prized package in Fender's dining room while he filmed. The men covered a range of peen-related subjects, including their first orgasm, jerking off, cut versus uncut and, of course, size. (It matters!) The result is a revealing exploration of dicks and the men who, in most cases, love them.
Dick: The Documentary played at the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, among others, and is now streaming online as an Internet Premier Presentation. For more information and to watch a trailer, click here.