The Real Cancun
Dubbed the first reality feature film, The Real Cancun is the story, without the use of professional actors or writers, of 16 college kids chosen from around the country to go to Cancun, Mexico, for spring break. Six camera crews followed the kids 24 hours a day this past March to capture 10 days of uncensored partying. It’s reality TV including the rated-R, naughty happenings missing from television. The movie focuses on the relationships that are formed along with lots of drinking and sex. It is like watching a 90-minute Jerry Springer show without the scrambler that blocks the nudity.