If you rent this film to see porn you will be in for a shock, as there is none. To be honest, much like the Ron Jeremy documentary, there really isn't any nudity from my recollection either. What this film IS is a string of boring interviews which get worse over time. To me this film was a series of porn stars who answered the same questions in the same way. How many times do you have to mention how hard your life was growing up and how you want to do this for you, etc etc as if you are rationalizing your bad choice of career to the whole world?
What would have helped this film would have been a better choice of actresses to interview. Jenna Jameson, Jill Kelly, and Chasey Lain would all have been good choices since they have some sort of mainstream appeal outside of porn. However, none of these more famous stars were interviewed.
In fact the only person I recognized in the whole film was Asia Carerra who is a semi star at best. Finally, one of the more annoying scenes in the film was the Italian porn star who spoke half his interview in Italian and half in English, so during the scene the film was constantly switching back and forth between subtitles and accented English, UGH. I personally would not recommend this movie for the casual or big documentary fan. Even if you are a large fan of porn I wouldn't recommend it either as it provides absolutely no insight to the business that hasn't already been spouted off in a segment on a show like 60 Minutes before.
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