After Porn Ends 2 turns back the clock to meet the oldest living stars in adult film's history, but goes in depth with some of its most current retirees, and juxtaposes their experiences in a life after porn.
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After Porn Ends is a documentary that not only examines the lives and careers of some of the biggest names in the history of the adult entertainment industry but what happens to them after they leave the business and try and live the "normal" lives that millions of other Americans enjoy. They hailed from the rural South, steel towns, and the San Fernando Valley. As teenagers and young adults, none of them thought that porn was in their future. They were artists, baseball players, child prodigies, and even Ivy Leaguers. Now, after their lives in porn, they're TV stars, bounty hunters, writers, and social activists. What happened in between? And, now that they've moved on, can they really live a normal life after porn?Written by
Tiffany Million was known as Tiffany Mellon when she wrestled for GLOW--the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling--in the mid-'80s. She always wore a sexy shiny gold costume and her gimmick was that of a wealthy New Yorker. She always seemed to lose her matches, often in devastating fashion and pinned after she was on the receiving end of a pile driver or some other big finishing move. See more »
[on their exit from the porn industry]
The other girls leave with a bad taste in their mouth and they... and I just... I have nothing but good memories when I look back.
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Vocal - Korinna Knoll
Instruments and Percussion - Adam Peters
Acoustic Guitar - Johnny Marr
Backing Vocals - Nick Urata, Andy Cabic, Nick Laird Clowes, Adam Peters
Drums - Chris Lacinak See more »
Even though I have found the production of this documentary pretty simple and cheap (the reason of my 5/10 punctuation), I have also come across some interesting ideas by myself out of it: I really think this is the kind of show from which you can take many more thoughts if you stop it and analyze it in your mind.
Will they ever have a normal life, even if not being recognized? Will their kids be able to understand sex on a safe way? And by the way: what is "understanding sex safely"? Did their career had something to do with their childhood? Is society an hypocrite or were they wrong?
The list goes on and on and just doesn't involve sex and life-choices but also matters such as religion, society, politics and family.
A tale told by the top of the iceberg.
PS: English is not my first language so sorry for any grammar mistakes. Corrections will be appreciated.
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