Action / Documentary

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 31%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 33%
IMDb Rating 5.3 10 628

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Uploaded By: FREEMAN
December 10, 2020 at 10:53 AM


Kayden Kross as Self
Belladonna as Self
Alexis Texas as Self
Allie Haze as Self
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633.85 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 9 min
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1.27 GB
English 5.1
23.976 fps
1 hr 9 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nogodnomasters 4 / 10


Deborah Anderson selects porn stars who are mostly age 22-26 and asks them all the same questions, have them pose the same way, and essentially all give the same answer. Yes, all these women are in porn because that was their first option. No one was there because they couldn't get a job somewhere else, support a drug habit, save money for college, or support their kid. None of the girls had horrific stories about being raped by a family member or clergy.

The film failed to achieve what it set out to do. The persona of the porn star doesn't change when they are in a studio with a camera on them. The film was superficial. I think if she had interviewed old time porn stars and asked them how they started and where they are today, that would have been more interesting. Then showing the new stars those interviews and get a real response without their make up an glitter.

This might be shocking or interesting to people who don't watch porn.

Reviewed by augiedog34-425-725391 3 / 10

Film maker made it all about herself

I enjoyed the actresses giving their stories and giving the viewer a glimpse into their lives and a vivid portrayal of why they got into the pornography business. It is sad and enlightening. It also gives you more respect for the industry. On the other hand I could not stand how Deborah Anderson constantly interjected her off handed self promotion, and name drops on numerous occasions. A documentary should be about the people on the subject of the film, not the person making it in my opinion. She is very annoying and distracts from the film. The actresses are very open and honest. It is worth watching if you have Showtime. If you do not have subscription take a pass. Again this is just my opinion haha.

Reviewed by ghigau 5 / 10

Basically dishonest

I have nothing against pornography or documentaries. However, a documentary about pornography needs to get past the self-serving interview that is the sole menu item offered on this smörgåsbord.

Everyone has two reasons for doing what he does; the real reason and the good reason. This film is dishonest because it presents only the good reasons, delivered up by the porn stars themselves. As a result, the documentary is not particularly penetrating. There is some reason that Shauna Grant, for example, killed herself. Many dozens of other porn stars, male and female, have done the same.

There is some value in seeing the women talking about themselves, but the prevarication is obvious and transparent -- a wee bit of the happy hooker fantasy.

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