Pornocracy: The New Sex Multinationals

Never before have we watched as much porn as today yet the traditional porn industry is dying. The arrival of web sites showing amateur clips has transformed the way porn is made and consumed. Behind this transformation lies one opaque multinational.


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  • ★★★½ review by neptumancia on Letterboxd

    Agora o Luxemburgo tem transportes públicos gratuitos.

  • ★★★½ review by Felix Hubble on Letterboxd

    One fine-as-hell documentary, completely holds up, a terrifying portrait of contemporary pornography distribution and commerce in general - check my past review for original, more in-depth thoughts.

  • ★★★½ review by Alexander Leeson Palmer on Letterboxd

    *carefully places soap box down and steps onto it*

    Capitalism has become completely unhinged recently, with the new Uber style of working allowing huge anonymous companies to have no responsibilities or respect for the people actually running the product.

    Even 'cheeky' movies- once our most respected and honoured way to watch an impoverished heroin addict from Romania eat her own poo- aren't safe, with one company allowed to run an absolute monopoly with little consideration- or even recognition- for the people stuffing four penises into their anaesthetised bum hole.

    And it's unlikely to change, as who is going to dare speak up for the rights of 'cheeky' movie actors.

    A depressing film, that lost a lot of pace and momentum in the middle when discussing financial matters, but is still a valuable document of an issue we'd all like to ignore because we've never watched porn and never even HEARD of YouPorn and...

  • ★★★★½ review by WeiChen on Letterboxd



  • ★★★½ review by Anderson Castro on Letterboxd

    Possui limitações em sua condução, mas investiga e apresenta o problema com maestria.

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