Strip Down, Rise Up is coming to Netflix tonight

Strip Down, Rise Up - Credit: Netflix
Strip Down, Rise Up - Credit: Netflix /

There are some incredibly enthralling and eye-opening documentary films available on the streaming powerhouse, and Strip Down, Rise Up is the latest riveting affair to arrive that will be available tonight on Netflix.

When people think about strip poles, they usually associate them with gentlemen’s clubs, and their minds tend to designate those that make a living in such a manner as inappropriate in some circles. But as society continues to move into the progressive and enlightening modern error, albeit kicking and screaming, there is much more to this art form than meets the high, and its true healing abilities are brilliantly demonstrated in Strip Down, Rise Up.

There are legitimate competitions with a robust following, and many individuals take part in fitness classes that have seen stellar results for those that dare to defy gravity in such a means. But Strip Down, Rise Up goes deeper than all of that and really illustrates how this powerful endeavor could be a real game-changer for those in need.

Strip Down, Rise Up is directed by Academy Award nominee Michéle Ohayon who received significant acclaim for her 1997 doc Colors Straight Up. The nearly two-hour motion picture follows women of all ages from different walks of life and ethnic backgrounds as they utilize pole dance artistry and sensual dance to heal trauma and body image shame.

What time is Strip Down Rise Up on Netflix?

The documentary contains some beautiful cinematography, and what really sets it apart is the way it highlights brave people embarking on this journey. The stories that lead them there are, and the way they overcome their inner demons is both heartwrenching and inspiring to witness, making Strip Down, Rise Up a must-watch affair from start to finish.

Strip Down, Rise Up will be available tonight (Friday, Feb. 5) on Netflix at 12 am PT.

Here is the official synopsis of the Netflix Documentary:

"Academy Award Nominated director Michèle Ohayon’s Verite film follows women of all ages and ethnic backgrounds who heal trauma and body image shame through sensual dance and daring pole dance artistry."

And, here is the trailer from Strip Down, Rise Up.

Stay tuned to Netflix Life for more information and updates on Strip Down, Rise Up, as it comes out a swell as everything else the streaming service has to offer its subscribers.

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