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This is a Channel 4 Documentary Strand...NOT A PORNOGRAPHIC SERIES, as the IMDb form suggests!!!
Readers should be aware that this is NOT a pornographic series! The Dark Side of Porn is a documentary strand commissioned by Channel 4, in the UK.
A number of individual documentaries, made by a number of producers, were commissioned for the strand.
Each film centered around a subject connected with the porn industry, such as the 'who-dun-it' documentary Death of a Pornstar, by Rapido Documentary, which told the story of the murder of Lolo Ferrari, the girl with the biggest breasts in the world.
The editors of IMDb should look carefully at this because either the person who entered it did so incorrectly, OR the IMDb database is not sufficiently flexible to allow the entry of a Strand.
The pages imply there is a production containing all the above named cast etc. This couldn't possibly be more inaccurate! They are simply a collection of individual documentaries, connected only by a similarity of subject matter.
HOPEFULLY, SOMEONE HAS THE ABILITY TO CORRECT THIS!
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