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Country of origin
  
BelgiumFrance

No. of episodes
  
418 (2012)

Program creator
  
Genre
  
Documentary film

Networks
  
7.8/10
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Original language(s)
  
French

Camera setup
  
Single-camera

Number of episodes
  
418 (2012)

Language
  
French

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Created by
  
RTBF (Belgian public TV)

Narrated by
  
Manault DevaMartine Matagne

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Strip-Tease is a Belgian television documentary program that first aired on RTBF 1 in 1985. It later aired in Franco-Belgian on France 3 in 1992. According to its creators, it aims to treat subjects "caught in the facts of society". The program is considered controversial for its crude discussion of difficult situations.

Contents

Strip tease les tontons squatteurs


Principle of the show

Strip-Tease was created by Marco Lamensch and Jean Libon. Their aim was to achieve a new kind of documentary in which the commentators disappear, allowing the subjects themselves to speak. The program deals mainly with moments of everyday life (family meals, doing household chores, working on a farm, etc.). The idea is that the viewer is meant to identify with these intimate moments of their daily lives, demonstrated in the show's tagline: "Strip-Tease: The program that undresses you."

The show, of course, takes its name from the English word "striptease," also known as "stripping." The participants of the show gradually "undress" or reveal their private lives to the audience, allowing viewers to learn about them on a deeper, uncensored level. However, some viewers have complained that some episodes have turned the subjects into ones of ridicule without their knowledge.

Though some episodes air as Strip-Tease on France 3, Tout ├ža (ne nous rendra pas le Congo) is actually a revival of the show, but with a format of 52 minutes.

References

Strip-Tease (TV series) Wikipedia


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