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Pornography (2009)

 -  Mystery  -  8 July 2010 (Germany)
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A gay porn star's mysterious disappearance becomes an obsession for both a writer and another adult film star, leading them into dark supernatural corners that were never meant to be explored.

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Michael Castigan
Pete Scherer ...
Matt Stevens
Jared Grey ...
Mark Anton
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William / Jason
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Jason Steele
Nick Salamone ...
Billy
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Harry
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Jeremy / Adam
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Urinal Guy / Jerome
Rasool J'Han ...
Realtor / Therapist (as Rasool Jahan)
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Brooklyn Mover / Rex
Jake Christian ...
Bishop Scott (as Bret Wolfe)
Joe Langer ...
Dr. T
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A gay porn star's mysterious disappearance becomes an obsession for both a writer and another adult film star, leading them into dark supernatural corners that were never meant to be explored.

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Pornography: A Thriller  »

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In the first scene, which plays out before the opening credits, there is an over the shoulder video screen shown with a logo for a fictional company called "Wildfire Video," which includes flames as part of its' logo. "Wildfire Video" also appears several more times, in a variety of media, throughout the movie. This is a reference to the actual company which produced Pornography (2009), Triple Fire Productions, which also uses flames as a part of its logo. See more »

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When Harry calls Michael's cell phone, to tell him about the busted old video tape that he restored for Michael, the call is disconnected, and Michael clearly hears a fast busy or "phone off the hook" signal. "Phone off the hook" signals are not heard on cell phones when the other party disconnects, the line just goes silent and the call is ended. See more »

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References The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974) See more »

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Written and Performed by Justin Hosford
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A challenging, intelligent, thriller of a different kind
6 December 2010 | by (Evansville, Indiana) – See all my reviews

Slow and boring — a badly told story: are the two objections reviewers here reiterate in different ways over and over. And yet, the film I saw couldn't be more enticing. PORNOGRAPHY: A THRILLER is methodical, character driven, but certainly not boring; and considering its ambitious three part narrative, I'd say this seamlessly rendered film ends up being the engaging puzzle it was intended to be. Writer/director, David Kittredge has clearly thought about his subject long and hard, for the kind of cubist back and forth he's cooked up brilliantly exploits thriller hooks to explore the relationship between hardcore sex acted for the camera and the imagination of those who get off on watching it. Even with the ghost of David Lynch in obvious attendance, Kittredge's thriller plot does not seem stolen or manufactured, as others would have you think; it reflect the artist's ambiguous relationship to the subject. The film is saying that pornography arouses us, body and mind, with temptation and dread; two sides of the same coin. Here's a gay film that truly challenges its audience to think. No gay bar clichés, no stupid, camp posturing pandering to a marketable demographic. If someone says this is boring or not well done, it means the film went over their heads.


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