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amusing behind-the-scenes of a not-so-great porn flick
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on June 12, 2007
Gerard Damiano is quite the character. Intersting the way he tells the tale. Likable former pornie. Art director is another one who is all personality--with an endless stream of profanity, but done in a totally funny way (funny and entertaining to the audiance, that is.)
Truth be told, Linda Lovelace was never attractive enough or sexy enough, in my opinion, for this type of work. Carol Connors was fairly hot, though.
I could have done without the "star" cameos: Richard Dryfus and the batty chick who wrote Fear Of Flying, etc. Who cares what these people have to say & what makes them experts when it comes to sex, anyway?
Oh yeah, they were stuck in to give the doc "name-value" I suppose.
Skip the painful/useless/dull commentary by the filmmakers themselves.
Otherwise, worth seeing. Am glad that Harry Reems was able to pull himself up from being homeless (after Meese and his people went after him, etc.) and is now married and having a decent life making a living in real estate.
To tell you the truth, I always thought making a huge fuss over somethng as ridiculous as sex always struck me as not only moronic, but an absolute waste of time.
Sex? It's like eating or sneezing, breaking wind or blinking. Just part of life. Nothing more, nothing less.
We're born, we get laid (now and then) and they drop us below--for that dirt nap. Viola. It's over before you know it. So why sweat the sex?