Three films that approach the porn industry without embarrassment

The pornographic industry, including adult films, live sex cams, sex calls and so on, causes a fascination that is often even difficult to measure. It was up to the cinema to try to understand this socio-cultural boiling that crosses continents, sexual genres, economic class, age group, etc. Porn movies are the raw material of a cinema that is intended to be investigative, reverberant and culturally relevant.

Boogie Nights – Unlimited Pleasure (USA, 1997)

Paul Thomas Anderson’s movie is perhaps the most complete and complex to deal with in the porn industry. Set in Los Angeles in the 1970s, the film captures the seething moment of the porn scene and has Mark Wahlberg a seventeen-year-old with a vocation for porn, which means he is well endowed, who becomes the protégé of a director veteran (Burt Reynolds). Julianne Moore as a milf attracted to Wahlberg’s character was nominated for an Oscar for one of the most sentimental and paradoxically cynical films of the 1990s.

Maximum Censorship (USA, 1990)


Another film set in the 1970s California porn scene. Two brothers, lived by the brothers Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez live the exaggerations of the time and that means that they use and abuse sex, alcohol and drugs. And rock’n roll, of course. The film is a biopic of the Mitchell brothers, considered the kings of porn in the 1970s.

Deep Throat (USA, 1972)

Although it is a pornographic film, “Deep Throat” exceeded the limits of the genre. Variety ranked him as “The Godfather” of the genre. The film pioneered the genre by focusing on the characters, their development and history, and garnered fans in Hollywood as filmmaker Mike Nichols and star Warren Beatty. The story is rather absurd. Linda (Linda Lovelace) has her clitoris in her throat and needs to find a penis big enough to provide her long-awaited orgasm.

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