A great documentary from a technical standpoint. Excellent structure with interesting perspectives. Perhaps the only thing dragging this film down is just how in this day and age, this sort of thing doesn't shock us anymore, which is not the fault of the filmmakers.
no era mala la idea... por esa razón mire este docu, pero siento que abarco solo una mínima parte de lo que ocurre hoy con el porno en las redes, creo que cada día van dominando más internet y me cuesta creer en que terminara todo esto... no sé si sera bueno o malo, pero si va a cambiar la forma de ver la sexualidad de las futuras generaciones...
I don't know how I feel about this? Overall, it was anti-porn and it depicted the industry's reality, but then ends up with someone who gave up and new girls coming in the house... It's so fucking sad that... Man, I don't know. People are free to do whatever they want, just don't feed a society that's men-centric and respond to some bullshit patterns imposed by them. I guess that is it.
This documentary would be the endless topic to discuss like maybe it's quite deliberating that the women nowadays are making their own choices by working in the porn industry and also creating the sense of the empowerment, but at the same time the porn actress mostly depicted as sex objects rather than the willing participants...
It was OK... I felt it could have gone deeper with its analysis of its subject matter, but chose to really present it in a more pedestrian light. The (real-life) protagonists were about as clichéd a bunch of people you could have mustered if it was scripted. Right down to the obvious/ predictable ending. But, I admire the film-makers for making the film and there were a couple of scenes that really worried me... :-(
Worth watching. The kind of documentary I would love to make, however from the makers of "Sexy Baby," I expected more. The directors seem to condemn rather than question. Read this: https://medium.com/matter/hot-girls-hot-takes-on-hot-girls-wanted-b6858726f709 The article helped me keep thinking on issues the film left unquestioned. Why weren't the sexual desires catered to in pornography examined?
Not really a documentary about the porn industry as much as one about four young girls who are just attempting to enter it. While their experiences no doubt resemble many others', their anecdotes don't offer much insight into anything other than their personal feelings, motivations, and assessments, intentionally leaving viewers to respond emotionally about a complex issue rather than objectively. Decent, though.
I can't decide how I feel about this, but I'm glad it exists to shed light on how fucked up the porn industry is, and how something needs to be done to correct it and the negative over-sexualization of the entire world. There's one particular scene that really, really, devastated and disturbed me, like to the point where I had to close my eyes.