With her background and experience in the field, the former French adult film star, director, documentarist, and feminist, Ovidie, investigates the current state of production and distribution of pornography, as the once lucrative adult film industry is in rapid decline more than ever before. Without a doubt, a lot has changed since the advent of the multitude of free online sites, or "tubes", and the crash of the omnipotent DVD market in the mid-2000s, and nowadays, performers earn less while being forced to shoot more and more challenging scenes. But, with a rampant piracy and nearly no profit at all, who is the one who benefits?Written by
Himself - Porn Producer & Director:
So what's the big problem here? They're like the Lance Armstrongs of the business world. Everyone there is injecting themselves or taking pills. It's a team of druggies. The guys have hard dicks for 5 hours straight and they just kill the girls. Well, for them it's not complicated, for a girl that is an ass virgin, today it's anal or a double, tomorrow it's a double anal, and the next day if they can, they get three up her ass. No girl in the world could take three cocks up her ass if she's ...
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Preachy, biased and disingenuous
Production values are high and the facts aren't wrong, but they are very much skewed through the lens of a clear opponent to the industry. This movie is less about the shape and climate of the porn industry and is more a scathing indictment of it. There are some interesting facts in there - the part about Pornhub's creator rising from nobody to mogul was pretty cool - but the entire thing is just dripping in an overall attitude of "this is barbaric and you're a bad person if you watch porn". This angle runs throughout the entire film and while I could accept it as an opinion it's made very clear very quickly that the presenter thinks this is fact. Overall comes off as a sermon instead of cinema and you can safely avoid it.
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