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The Venus Factory (1998)

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This tale of the porn industry, telling of one rising star and his naked ambition.

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Jenny Apostolou ...
Kate
Marie-Claire Aston ...
Misty
Melissa Bell ...
Emily DuBois
Susie Benton ...
Barbara
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Perilous Date 1
Lloyd Bissell ...
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Tony Bonner ...
Roger Hammond
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Carrie
Rob Carlton ...
Cush
Hans Coster ...
Dutch Film Investor
Jodie Dry ...
Sabrina
Elizabeth Flemming ...
Perilous Date 1
Alan Flower ...
Barry
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Duncan Wiley
Angela Maier ...
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This tale of the porn industry, telling of one rising star and his naked ambition.

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Ambition Gets Naked.

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circumcised and funnier
23 February 2004 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

THE VENUS FACTORY was a very troubled production and the ending of the film was botched. So the producers and the director went their separate ways. It was then partially re-shot as STARRING DUNCAN WILEY which was so misguided as to have a making of doco get a higher profile than the film itself. Enter a twist nobody expected: it was all re edited by a master TV editor Paul Healy and turned into a flat out farce. It worked and was re named MONEYSHOT. Released in Feb 2003 it ran 6 weeks in its first run and now has the amusing reputation as the film saved by the scissors. MONEYSHOT is a very funny 71 minutes that works; THE VENUS FACTORY does not. To see all 3 versions of the film together and the doco MAKING VENUS is a treat every film student can look forward to and marvel at the whole astonishing process, creative or salvage. The production values are good and the lead actors have nothing but smiles for it all now.


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