James Broughton’s The Golden Positions is a meditation on and catalog of the human body in all its positions and activities. The “actors”, mostly naked, are filmed (largely in sepia) in short sequences against a completely neutral backdrop (from a fixed camera position) with a voice over narration by Broughton, whose comments are echoed in a musical/choral composition. The actors—men and women, lying, seated, alone, in couples, embracing, dancing, doing gymnastics—sometimes move and sometimes remain stationary. —IMDb
James Broughton (November 10, 1913 – May 17, 1999) was an American poet, and poetic filmmaker. He was part of the San Francisco Renaissance. He was an early bard of the Radical Faeries.
A selected collection of his work, All: A James Broughton Reader, edited by Jack Foley, was released in 2007 by White Crane Books.—wikipedia