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Fulfillment by Amazon FBA is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you grow your business. Learn more about the program. Contrary to its name, the band performs fully clothed. The Naked Brothers Band--The Movie is a mockumentary comedy that blends the story of Nat and Alex's sudden and sometimes difficult road to stardom with a satirical take on the popular rockumentary genre with its requisite focus on the stormy, sordid details of the lives of famous musicians. Produced by Nat and Alex's mother Polly Draper thirtysomething and jazz musician father Michael Wolff The Arsenio Hall Show " , the movie follows Nat, Alex, and the other band members through home footage of the band's early preschool days when they did indeed perform mostly naked and simply banged away on whatever was handy to make "music" to more professional footage of current day concerts which highlight a remarkably poised group of young musicians performing increasingly popular songs like "Crazy Car" and "Got No Mojo. Ages 9 to 13 --Tami Horiuchi. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?
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Skip to Content. Adult role models are largely absent from the film. The father of the two main characters rarely interacts with his sons, so the older boy takes responsibility for his younger brother who acts and speaks much older than his six years would warrant. Other parents only drop in occasionally to demand more individual attention for their band-member kids. Glamorizes the life of a kid star. In one scene, an argument between two adult women ends in a brief scuffle with no injuries. A few brief clips of professional wrestling include some banging around. Some female characters dress in skimpy clothes, and the boys' adoring fans often flirt outrageously with them.
The Naked Brothers Band is a American children's musical comedy film written and directed by Polly Draper , which stars her sons, Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff , who portray members of a fictional rock group. It tells of the boys' struggles with their fame and an internal dispute that causes the band to split before reuniting in the end. It also includes Allie DiMeco as Nat's fictional female interest, the siblings' real-life cousin Jesse Draper as the group's babysitter, Draper's husband Michael Wolff playing his sons' widowed accordion-playing dad, and real life friends Cooper Pillot and Cole Hawkins portraying the other members of the band. Draper shot the film in the style of a mockumentary —a parody in documentary format—that depicts the daily activities of the characters. Nat composed and performed the music, yet one song had been written by Alex. Principal photography took place in mid on location in New York City, and the interior scenes were vastly filmed in the family's Manhattan apartment. Draper's brother, Tim , a venture capitalist, provided financial incentives for the shoot. In late , Polly Draper, known for her role in Thirtysomething , and her jazz musician husband Michael Wolff entered the film at the Hamptons International Film Festival , where it won the audience award.