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Thinking XXX (2004)

Thinking XXX

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Studio portraits of America's top porn stars precede revealing interviews that serve to illuminate the complexities of the lucrative pornographic film industry in a provocative documentary from award-winning director/photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. From voyeurism to exhibitionism to love, sex, and money, stars from all varieties of porn including Nina Hartley, Lucas Ridgeston, Sean Michaels, and Savannah Samson discuss all the intimate details of their profession as they travel from the photographer's studio to the film set. With their lives, hopes, dreams, and, of course, bodies, laid out for all to see, these adult film stars allow the all-seeing eye of the camera lens to peer past their flesh and into their most intimate thoughts.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Documentary, Television, Special Interest
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On DVD: Jun 13, 2006
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Perfect Day Films

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All Critics (1)

Uma oportunidade interessante de acompanharmos astros da pornografia se desnudando de uma maneira diferente e bem mais reveladora, embora acabe concentrando-se apenas nos casos de sucesso e ignorando aqueles que foram destruídos no processo.

June 26, 2007
Cinema em Cena

Audience Reviews for Thinking XXX

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders decides to do a photography book starring Porn Stars. First they wear clothes, then they don't. It's hardly earth shattering stuff, but this documentary does unravel some fairly interesting facets of humanity. Just not enough to wish there had been more. The most interesting clips come from porn star couples, as they discuss their very different sex lives. Other stars seem to be in control of their lives, whilst others seem to be in denial. There are also some interesting insights into the business side of porn. As it all comes back to the photography, it's never enough. We get brief snapshots where porn stars take off their layers for a few seconds but then it's over. A good watch, but one which invites more detail.

kiriyamakazou
Luke Baldock

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½

Interesting. As a documentary about a series of photo shoots, this is not a terribly interesting film. However, the producers managed to get some writers and social commentators, to give interviews on their thoughts about sex and porn in contemporary culture.

I liked this documentary. It was very insightful as to the life that porn stars live and the likely lives they grew up with to get to this point. But to be honest it was a little sad. I felt an atmosphere of resignation in each persons voice that seemed to colour the concept of porn as either art or simply acceptable fun while in the same light as dead end jobs or the un-educated. Add to that the fact that porn stars are sick and tired (and a little sore) of sex when they get home to their lover and don't get to enjoy wild romps of passion with them due to sex burn out. With all that said, I think they left out too much. We didn't hear from Ron Jeremy at all and there were no negative comments on past porn stars or people who were trying to avoid that portion of their lives (Traci Lords, you should have had a bit to say in this documentary)

Renley R.
Renley Renfield

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