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All this over one guy's fascination (perversion) with tickling, Incredible worm-hole of a documentary,
Exceptional, and unsettling documentary with a fresh narrative twist. Admittedly, the film is essentially about an obsessive, destructive and controlling man with a perverted twist on erotic entertainment, but film raises questions about online fraud, double identities, and the nature of submission, bondage, physical control and the notion of paying (financially vulnerable) people for pleasure at hourly rates. The film is occasionally funny and also, while you can't really call tickling someone (even someone who is tied up) disturbing if it's done with consent, it confirms without a doubt that the online "tickle fetish" videos are being made by a very paranoid, emotionally scarred person who, above all, seeks to harass and shame people that don't go along with his plans.
An incredible job by David Farrier and Dylan Reeve of looking into the criminal Dave D'Amato. Its a stunning investigative report that found definitive links equating Dave to Jane O'Brien and Terri Tickles; the two companies that threaten and harass young men who have previously worked with the companies. Dave D'Amato is a piece of garbage and I pray karma finds him.
Nothing about it is that shocking considering the world we live in. Amateurish in quality and boring even for a documentary. Just a waste of time. (First and only viewing - 9/14/2018)
História peculiar e cheio de reviravoltas. Infelizmente não tem um final muito conclusivo.
Absolutely brilliant. David D'imato is a freak and should be prosecuted
What the actual heck. I honestly don't know how to even begin with this documentary, but if you like bizarre true stories, then take note. I don't want to give too much away because there are a number of sharp turns in the movie that really make it fun and absurd to watch.
New Zeland journalist David Farrier has made a living on tracking down and reporting on bizarre and unique stories. It seemed just another day in the office when he stumbled across a facebook video of a young man tied to a bed while four others straddle, surround, and tickle him. What Farrier found was The National Competitive TICKLING LEAGUE. However, when he approached the president of the league about an interview, things took a turn for the sour and scary. So much so that he felt obliged to push deeper and found that competitive tickling wasn't just a series of harmless internet videos.
Tickled is creepy as shit; you should see it.
An unreal and unsettling exposé into the world of "competitive tickling"
Great exposé on the competitive world of endurance tickling, which leaves a cringey sour taste in your mouth.