Released in: 1955
Tags: nude girl, bathing girl
Nude scenes: Several girl (ages 10 to 12) take shower after gym lesson. Side/rear and brief frontal nudity.
Released in: 1982
Country: Spain, Mexico
Tags: nude boy
Nude scenes: Brief side nudity of a boy (10) in a forest.
Released in: 2013
Tags: topless girl
Summary: A young girl goes into her brother's room and tries to make sense of what she finds. - IMDb
Released in: 2013
Released in: 1961
Tags: nude boy, boy skinny dip
Summary: Based on the French fairy tale of Puss in Boots by Charles Perrault, director and screenwriter Roberto Rodr?guez (of the long-established cinematic trio of Rodr?guez brothers) has changed the setting here to 18th-century Mexico. His adaptation is based on the stage play by Sergio Magana-Esquival. Rodr?guez emphasizes all the most active and adventurous aspects of the original tale, including the endangered castle, the Princess in distress, and the threats of the villainous ogre (Armando Gutierrez). The cat with the magic pair of boots is played by Santanon. - Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide
Nude scenes: A boy (12) is nude swimming in a river: rear or underwater.
Released in: 1986
Tags: bathing boy, nude boy, topless girl
Summary: The autobiographical story of a family struggling to come to grips with their memmories and affection of a lost mother.
Nude scenes: Sakuzo (Taiji Tonoyama, 10) and his mother have a bath together (full nudity). In that same scene, Sazuko's mother gives his penis a little kiss.
Later the kissing part of that scene is shown again, a little closer up and in slow motion.
The boy sucks on his mother's bare breast.
Sazuko's sister (Mami Okamoto - about 12-13) is topless with him in a river.
Released in: 1956
Tags: nude boy, bathing boy
Summary: El Camino de la Vida was released in English-speaking regions of The Road of Life. Filmed almost entirely on location, the story focuses in on three young boys who, arrested by the authorities, await sentencing in Mexico City's Juvenile Court. One boy has killed his stepfather to protect his mother; the second boy has been goaded into blinding his chief tormentor; and the third resorts to stealing to support his family. Since none of the protagonists is a "born criminal" (if there is such a thing), compassionate lawyer Enrique Lucero sets about to rehabilitate the trio so that they can re-enter society's mainstream. While there are several repellantly brutal moments in El Camion de la Vida, there is also a surfeit of optimism and humor. - Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
Nude scenes: About 30 boys (7-12) undress after sleep and take a shower. Full nudity.
Released in: 2014
Summary: A 9-year-old village boy knows nothing about sexuality and dreams of finding love. - IMDb