Directed by Christina Voros
Director Christina Voros and producer James Franco pull back the curtain on the fetish empire of Kink.com, the Internet's largest producer of BDSM content. In a particularly obscure corner of an industry that operates largely out of public view, Kink.com's directors and models strive for authenticity. In an enterprise often known for exploitative practices, Kink.com upholds an ironclad set of values to foster an environment that is safe, sane, and consensual.
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★★★★½ review by Madison 🎭 on Letterboxd
i feel so connected to the girl who jacks it to keanu reeves like what an icon, truly, honestly
★★★★½ review by Derek Diercksmeier on Letterboxd
Not likely to change the minds of those who think of BDSM as being sick, but it is a satisfying documentary for those with an interest in this subject. It's fun, illuminating and emotionally engaging. There's a certain amount of uneasy curiosity involved, but everyone interviewed seems like lovely people. Though the film's title shares the site's name, it's not an ad. One performer expresses her apprehension when asked what her children will think when they learn what she does. That was not one of my favorite moments, but it did help to add some ambiguity. You know whether or not you want to watch this.
Thank you, James Franco.
★★★★ review by Madison 🎭 on Letterboxd
"i'm building a (picks up walkie talkie) GLORY HOLE"
★★★½ review by SchmidtDudley on Letterboxd
Viele redundante Aussagen. Hätte gern noch etwas "technischer" hinter die Kulissen blicken lassen.
★★★½ review by KUNST on Letterboxd
Chains and whips excite me
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