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Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and later in the movie Peter Fonda narrate the story about the censorship, exploitation and sex in Hollywood movies from the 1930s and the Hays' Motion Picture Production Code to the present day era.
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Down and out, directionless, and without a driver's license, Emma is going nowhere fast and she knows it. The men and women this bisexual enigma has been sleeping with think she's a waitress, an artist or a kindergarten teacher... while in reality, she works in a seedy porn shop, dressing up nightly as various "sexy" characters. One night at the local Albany bar, Emma meets Mason, a transgender IT technician who seems to have it all. Could Mason be the knight in shining armor she's been searching for? Soon, Emma finds her web of carefully crafted lies beginning to unravel when she encounters one of the few things she hasn't before- sincere feelings for another person. Little Bi Peep... it's hard to find someone to love ewe.Written by
Anna Shields served this film as screenwriter, co-director, co-producer and star, and damn is she ever terrific as the suffer-no-fools title character, a porn shop video clerk clad from head-to-toe in fetishwear and attitude. Leigh Strimbeck provides impressive support as the mother who drives "Peep" to work and back, always certain to have her car stereo tuned to STD-tips talk radio. Though shot on a modest budget, co-director/producer, Jon Russell Cring, with well over a dozen previous films under his belt, knows how to make a little look like polished gold. And I'm actually shocked to read here that the film runs 78 minutes, as it truly felt like barely half that.
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