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How to remove porn: 5 cognitive documentaries

For an interview you need to bring a professional portfolio, high-quality studio photos, maybe porn, if you have one, and even an amateur one. At the interview you will be taken to a room where another man will communicate with you. He will tell you to show a member. Then he will say that you have 30 seconds to get up. In this case, the actress may be in the room, but may not be. If she is, then she may help you, but may not help you. If it helps, then in the best case it will simply show the chest. If you're lucky, you might be allowed to touch her breasts. But after 30 seconds, the member should stand like a bayonet. Then you will be offered to masturbate for 10-15 minutes. with or without visual stimulation. At some point they will order to finish - you have no more than a minute to shoot. Then 15 minutes break and it all starts over again: 30 seconds to get up, masturbation, finish on command. If you can’t control your orgasm, go straight home. If everything is done several times - there is a chance to get a job.






So, the work was given. The first contract usually includes the shooting of several scenes that may not even get anywhere, neither in the movie, nor on the Internet. Money is not big at first, so BangBros Studio gives newcomers $ 35,000 a year, but they have few shoots. But working really hard. During filming, you constantly have to be distracted, stand with an erection aside while installing the camera and light from a different angle, so as to continue after a few minutes. The director is constantly yelling. Constantly correct the makeup of the partner, change the light, shout. Sex has to be done in very uncomfortable positions. The camera constantly has at least 12 people who have been staring at you all this time. And then the team urgently finish, and the finish must be really fast, otherwise the whole scene will be ruined. So you also need to “shoot” accurately, with sniper accuracy. Sometimes the ending scene is re-shot several times so that the director can choose the one he likes best for the final version. After such filming, hands and feet tremble.




In addition, you need to take care of yourself. Not only for appearance, you need to be athletic to move partners during sex. And there are not all slender girls there, there are quite aunts aunt. There are also psychological difficulties, especially if you are straight. At first it will be difficult not to lose an erection after your penis is in close contact with a member of another man in the mouth of the actress. Or if during an orgasm a dude cums on your foot. But you can’t react to this, otherwise there will be a loss of time and a fine. Filming time is money. And no one wants to lose money. Therefore, it is easier for gays and bisexuals.

(Hot Girls Wanted, 2015)

The name promises carnal pleasures, but you should not be especially deceived - this is the documentary Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus, published on Netflix, which presents feminists in a rather unsightly light. The creators of the film observe how several American girls who escaped from under the parental wing and are still not completely confused respond to an ad on the Internet and fly at the invitation to Florida to star in porn. There they live together under one roof and spend most of their time charmingly messing around, almost like in “House-2”. The only difference is that instead of a legion of brutal males with semi-model haircuts, they are served by an indifferent pitching agent who takes girls to shoot adult films and can sometimes slam one of them in the ass.

The plot revolves mainly around 19-year-old Tressa from Texas, who took the pseudonym Stella May. After working for some time in the field of entertainment, Tressa confesses everything to her mother and begins to worry very much, and at first everyone who understands her also suddenly strains after the humiliating comments of her friends at the party. All this is interspersed with shocking statistics (for example, the caption “more than 40% of network pornography is dedicated to violence against women”). Intonation falsehood and bubbling pathos resemble the worst creations of Vitaly Mansky, but only to a certain extent - with Bauer and Degrees, the audience will also have a happy end to an insinuating indie rock. Little spoiler: Tressa returns to her native Texas to barbecue with her parents and work in a bar with the words Red Neck in the title. True, some of her new friends continue to do the devil knows what, but those who have not lost self-esteem, take up their heads and devote themselves to something useful. Journalism, for example. Or photos.

("Rated X: A Journey Through Porn", 1999)

Similar to the leader of a hard rock band, director Doug Ingveson decides to chat with a funny actor from the 13-year-old porn movie “Carnal Encounters of the Barest Kind” he saw. The actor’s name is William Margold, Doug easily finds his name in the phone book, calls and makes an appointment. Soon, thanks to Margold, who worked in the industry as a screenwriter, director and agent, Doug, just like Alice, ends up in the land of porn marvels. “Traveling in the World of Porn”, however, most of all does not look like Carroll, but rather a mixture of Mickey Spillane’s noir and the novel “The Muttons Conspiracy”. The director comes across the most colorful characters in the world of cinema for adults, but he does not spend much time on everyone, without slowing down, he goes forward to an inevitable climax. She, by the way, will be the participation of Doug in the filming of a porn film as an operator under the pseudonym Sven Nyquist. On the way to phenomenal success, he will meet an agent comical in his wretchedness, offering all of his “actresses” to sleep on camera as a movie screen (almost no one refuses), and a stoned director who cannot pronounce the word “misogynist”.

However, the meticulous documentary manages to discuss serious issues - for example, to talk about racism with black porn star Sean Michaels: “They wanted me to star in the movie Malcolm XXX, and in response I invited the Jewish director to make porn about the Holocaust.” Comedian Stephen St. Croix is ​​getting serious when Doug raises the topic of porn actors' personal lives. But the most interesting meetings take place, of course, with women. What does it cost to communicate with Tony English, the only woman at the time of filming to be a director in the porn industry, who in the 80s went as an operator to Salvador and Nicaragua. Selena is also nice, chatting about her work with racist parents, but a special place in the film is occupied by Gina Fine, who came to the set with her husband in a sweatshirt with the inscription “Pigface” and a one-year-old child. Somewhere on the horizon, interconnected problems loom with the former spouse and heroin, and at some point in the eyes of Gina you can see despair, which is not so easy to play even the most talented Hollywood actress. At the same time, the film is filled with sympathy for most characters, so you can be slightly sad while watching it - it’s clear that they will be replaced by completely different people who are ready to conquer porno Olympus with the same worthy of better use.

("After Porn Ends", 2012)

Good documentary by Brice Wagoner about the retired porn business stars. Aisha Carrera raises an intelligent daughter beyond her years, Chrissy Moran found Jesus and conducts religious shows, and Tiffany Million lives with her husband and two children and catches criminals. Reilin became a real estate agent, Seka is engaged in gardening and cooking, and Houston, who starred in the biggest gang bang in history and auctioned pieces of her labia, managed to fight cancer and seems to make money on a web show. For former actors, too, everything is not so bad - one glues figures of cartoon characters, the other draws pictures, and only Randy West is a little sad about a possible family life, remembering sex with Jenna Jameson and Terra Patrick and playing golf. A series of talking heads is occasionally interrupted by movie clips for adults, but basically the director is not distracted - he simply allows the characters to tell stories of their lives, for the most part fascinating. A human and, of course, slightly sad picture can serve as an antidote to Hot Girls Wanted.

("9 to 5: Days in Porn", 2008)

Every true connoisseur of strawberries (as the grandfathers called this matter) knows that it is possible to destroy the fragile illusion of sexual utopia even with a minimal dose of harsh reality. But the German documentaries, known for their fearlessness, managed to avoid both accusatory pathos and unjustified optimism. The result was a well-knit production saga about modern Stoics, who, for the sake of their beloved work, were ready for serious labor achievements.

In principle, this film could tell about the difficult life of workers at the zoo or shoe factory - until it comes to sweaty fuss in front of video cameras, the characters do not at all impress the obsessed with lust marginals. Actors work hard, quarrel and talk a lot, and directors, agents and producers are delighted with their successes in the field of body fluid exchange ("Sasha Gray? She really has a unique style!"). Veterans are also not forgotten: Sharon Mitchell, who was converted from pornstars to sexologists, tells a huge parrot how to regain herself after filming in six hundred adult films. The unfading Nina Hartley continues to perform in the noble role of "my first teacher." Of course, this two-hour document of the era could be fairly shortened, but at a certain moment the monotonous murmur of the heroes acquires meditative qualities, and even shots with Belladonna, who are concentratingly sticking the baseball bat into the fragile body of a colleague, seem quite appropriate and innocent.

(“The Dark Side of Porn”, 2005–2006)

Probably a real sensation will be the story about the bright side of the porn industry, but we still need to live up to this. In the meantime, we recommend the already classic 9-series documentary cycle from the British channel Channel 4. Each film begins with the entrancing melody Four Tet and immediately immerses the viewer in the perishable world of crippled fates and dangerous addictions. The alarming voice of the announcer (the ninth Doctor Who Christopher Eccleston) states: the life of those who trade their bodies and violate social taboos is hard and unenviable. Novice actors are ruthlessly exploited, professionals become infected with HIV and lose their jobs, seasoned sadomasochists suffer from an identity crisis. And even the largest breast in the world did not bring her owner Lola Ferrari the promised promise of insidious surgeons - a short career ended in suicide. Not too funny are the nostalgic episodes of the iconic sex action movies of the 70s Emmanuelle and Debbie Conquering Dallas. Inescapable longing emanates from aged ladies' men and fatal beauties, with sadness recalling carefree youth.

Much more dynamic is the episode “Is there a snuff?” In which Eli Roth and other reputable cryptosadists enthusiastically talk about fictional and real examples of the most terrible genre in the history of culture. The anthology closes with a story about the acquaintance of British intellectuals with an illegal Danish-produced video, succinctly titled “Animal Farm”. Predictably, the heroine of bestial vignettes actress Bodil Joensen drank too much and, most likely, committed suicide at the age of forty. Here is a collection of macabre plots for fans to slightly spoil their mood before a restless sleep.