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An errant young filmmaker turns a corner in life, and steps into the smarmy subterranean world inhabited by porn stars and gangsters - playpen of the damned. A first hand history by one who experienced the paradigm shift from titillation to penetration in adult films. During the 's the mob was heavily involved in porn and making films in NYC meant dealing with some of the toughest customers in town. Porn was profitable, illegal and a loadstone for gangsters and profiteers attracted to the easy cash from 8 mm smut loops.
Possibly one of the most influential sociological changes since the industrial revolution, the advent of hardcore sex films in public places, stripped away much of the quasi-moral vestiges of the ninetieth century Victorian era. It was a time when mores, morals and modesty changed inexorably. Pornography was not the only sociological shift; it was happening in the arts, politics and society in general.
Whether pornography was a catalyst or a by-product of this change is difficult to cleave, but it certainly played a big part in challenges for first amendment rights. En lire plus En lire moins. Vous n'avez pas encore de Kindle? Il n'y a pour l'instant aucun commentaire client. Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon. Although I don't know how true his stories are, the book appears to be written by someone who "was there" and is honest about his feelings both good and bad--and terrified--while working in the business.
It is, however, an odd mix of porn stories followed by a huge diversion mid-way into the lies of a Mob killer. The biggest problem is the lack of proofreading; I don't understand how an intelligent person can let a book full of misspellings, endless punctuation mistakes and poor diction allow his name to be attached to it. This is a very well written, fact filled book. It combines excellent research with first person anecdotes. No where else will you find information on the seedy underbelly of the porn trade.
Even if you don't watch porn I don't the insights into the business and life-style of the players is fascinating. The photos alone are worth the price. Aside from being an enjoyable read, this would be a good reference book for novelists or journalists who are writing about mob related issues or the porn industry.