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A fascinating look at gay porn icon Peter Berlin, a blond god of the seventies whose crotch became an international cause worshipped by the likes of Andy Warhol. . . . a rousing, arousing work.
Tushinski does a nice job of setting up Berlin as a symbol -- remembered by most as a cartoonish character -- and then slowly revealing the man.
Sexy and informative documentary.
A workable, if slightly reticent docu portrait of the titular '70s pin-up and porn star.
Fortunately, Tushinski strikes the right balance throughout, interspersing old erotic photos and stills from Berlin's adult films with entertaining, current-day sound bites.
One of the enduring icons of gay male eroticism, the phenomenon known as Peter Berlin, is explored, explained, ogled and interviewed in this minor classic of demimonde hagiography.
As an interview subject, [Berlin] is by turns arrogant, silly and rather touching.
Taking a subject this self-obsessed, Tushinksi still manages to portray Mr. Berlin in a flattering light.
It should come as little surprise that a guy known for his looks doesn't get too philosophically deep
An affectionate, respectful film that's never less than engaging, no matter what your knowledge of '70s porn.
For him, art was the strangest thing: a studied pose of personal expression and sexual abstinence.
This should provide some retro fun for those who recall the gay scene from the early 1970s.
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