In the end only one man has, at this moment, donated his penis to the museum, and it took his death to get it there.
Besides being about a phallic museum the psychology behind this was quite interesting, and of course the differences in the penis sizes between a sperm whale and a hamster are quite impressive. An older man, Pall Arason, decides to donate because his penis is a well used piece of machinery and he wants the world to see what he has to offer. He talks about the women he has slept with. Unfortunately he dies not know that when a man gets older his penis shrinks, so after a point he is worried that by the time it comes to donate it will be too small to be accepted into the museum, which has a five inch limit.
The other donor wannabe is an older American male who has decided he wants to donate his penis to the museum. His penis, which he calls Elmo, is the center of his world and he is obsessed on getting it out there and famous. He even sends Hjartarson picture of his penis dressed up as Santa, a roman, and other odd costumes. He goes as far as drawing a comic for his penis (which he is trying to get published) and getting an American flag tattoo on the tip.
The movie is an interesting portrait of the penis, and the exploration of the lives of the two men who have decided to donate their members to the museum. The quest to fill the museum with as many different members as possible was also quite compelling and I personally wondered how Hjartarson was going to achieve this goal.
I really don't know what more to say about this movie. It's a great eye into the Phallic museum and into those few who want to donate to the museum.