A lingerie model has been strangled inside a wealthy fashion designer's house, and the designer is the obvious suspect. When the police appear to be dragging their feet on the investigation... See full summary »
At Biotec the scientists are trying to develop a sexually stimulating drug for both men and women. Robert tries his on himself and it turns him on and off into a sexy woman and back to himself making things complicated.
Kim is suffering from writer's block. A chance encounter with a handsome stranger opens her to a world of risky sexual experimentation. However, she becomes worried when he refuses to say anything about himself.
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THE SARNOS - A LIFE IN DIRTY MOVIES is a love story about legendary sexploitation director Joe Sarno, "The Ingmar Bergman of 42nd Street", and his loyal wife and collaborator Peggy - their place in sex film history, life between New York and Sweden, and their struggle to make one last erotic film. A funny and touching portrait of a unique couple who has followed their passion in life - no matter the cost!Written by
Highly entertaining documentary that focuses on the life and career of writer-director Joseph W. Sarno. The name might not be overly familiar to most but he was a pretty big figure in the softcore days when he tries to deliver more than just sex and nudity. This documentary does an extremely good job at explaining what the sexploitation genre was all about back in its boom days and it also shows how different the films of Sarno's were. The best thing is that we've got the man himself here discussing his past work and we also see him trying to get a new picture made. This film was made towards the end of his life and also centers on his relationship with his wife Peggy. We get to see what it's like for them trying to get the film off the ground, to get Sarno's worked looked at and of course the various financial issues.
A LIFE IN DIRTY PICTURES also features interviews from film historians and fans including John Waters. Over the past decade there have been several documentaries taking a look at the sexploitation pioneers and this one here is certainly one of the best. Fans of Sarno will certainly want to take a look at it and if you're new to the genre then you're going to see several great clips.
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