All participants have been recorded from between the neck and knees not only to preserve anonymity, but also to help the viewer connect with each bodily experience. We have striven to interview people from all genders and backgrounds with a focus on how each experience has affected their perception of their own and other bodies. Whilst some participants have asked to remain faceless, others have given authorisation to be publicly identifiable. No breasts were harmed in the making of this documentary.
Does the media send us the message that the whiter you are, the more beautiful you are? Amelia talks Serena Williams and topless sunbathing.
"They’re called Clarissa and Jessica like the ladies from the cooking program."
Drag queen Maxi More discusses the pros and cons of going under the knife to get some real tits.
"It's just like having a nose to me or a chin or an ear. They’re just there."
Many women learn from a young age that our bodies don't belong to us, but movement director, Jess, is the boss of her body now.
"It's not about how you look, or whether you have to have surgery or whether you have to have drugs, it’s about the people in your life."
"When you get heckled in the street or called out, or ‘hey gorgeous’ it makes me feel kind of embarrassed, and there’s a little bit of adrenaline that kicks in"
DOWN TO EARTH
My body, my art form: Nastumi, actress and artist's model talks about navigating through youth and the key to her confidence.
'I like tits, just not on me.' Sometimes the path to manhood isn't simple, Elijah discusses his experience of embodying his inner self.
Our 11th participant discusses the pro's and cons of size K breasts and whether a reduction would be right for her!
Alexandra discusses trans bodies, and what its like to go through a second puberty.