Adult only nudist camp
The first films containing nudity were the early erotic films.
Production of such films commenced almost immediately after the invention of the motion picture.
The relationship between a painter and his model, who traditionally poses in the nude, is the context of a number of films.
In La Belle Noiseuse ("The Beautiful Liar", 1991) the painter's model motivates him again after a period of lack of inspiration of the artist.
A film on naturism or about people for whom nudity is common may contain non-sexual nudity, and some other non-pornographic films may contain very brief nude scenes.Over the years, nudity in film was a source of scandal and provocation; but its presence today is treated largely naturally, frequently with nudity being shown in scenes that naturally require it, such as those that take place in nature or in the bathroom or in love scenes.For example, The Blue Lagoon (1980) shows the awakening of the sexual instinct in two shipwrecked young people on a tropical island where nudity is a natural part of the environment in which they find themselves.Nudity in film should be distinguished from sex in film.Erotic films are suggestive of sexuality, and usually contain nudity, though that is not a prerequisite.