Hypocrites, also known as The Hypocrites and The Naked Truth, is a 1915 silent drama film written and directed by Lois Weber (1879–1939). The film contains several full nude scenes, and is said to include the first appearance of full frontal nudity in a non-pornographic film by an American actress (Margaret Edwards). The film is regarded as anticlerical, and the nudity was justified by its religious context.

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    director Lois Weber Nate Watt
    genre drama
    producer Phillips Smalley
    productionCompany Hobart Bosworth
    publisher Paramount Pictures
    theme avant-garde and experimental pornographic