Porn Theater

Critics Consensus

Like porn, the movie is repetitive and boring.



Total Count: 21


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Movie Info

Jacques Nolot is the writer, director, and star of the French comedy drama Glowing Eyes. The film takes place in an adult movie theater in Paris during a screening of the porno film "La Chatte à Deux Têtes," which happens to be the French title of the film itself, literally translating to "The Two-Headed Pussy." In the lobby, a frank conversation develops between the jovial Italian ticket seller (Vittoria Scognamiglio), naïve projectionist (Sébastien Viala), and a fiftysomething regular customer (director Nolot). Meanwhile, various men from all walks of life engage in anonymous sex in the downstairs theater, some of them joining in on the intimate discussion by the ticket booth. Glowing Eyes was screened at the 2002 Cannes Film Festival as part of the Un Certain Regard program.


Jacques Nolot
as 50-Year-Old Man
Sebastien Viala
as Projectionist
Olivier Torres
as Ingrid Caven
Lionel Goldstein
as The Transsexual
Frederic Longbois
as Glowing Eyes
Fouad Zeraoui
as Transvestite
Jean-Louis Coquery
as Nana Mouskouri
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Audience Reviews for Porn Theater

  • Mar 08, 2016
    Set in a grimmy adult theatre, a teller, a projectionist and a customer begin a friendship. As part of the French extremism, the film was graphic with its depiction of sexual acts. It's quite hilarious at certain times but it feels more like a voyeuristic adventure into the seedy parts of France where no moral boundary is found. I hope this is not an accurate portrayal of real life but I did enjoy the simplicity in the film, although watching a real porn seems more satisfying than watching Glowing Eyes.
    Sylvester K Super Reviewer

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