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Inside Deep Throat (2005)
Cum on inside!
Genre: Porn Documentary
Starring: Harry Reams (Lust In Space; For Your Thighs Only), Linda Lovelace (Dog 1; Sexual Ecstacy Of The Macumba)
Directed By: Fenton Bailey & Randy Barbato (Party Monster)
Overview: The tale of the infamous pornographic film Deep Throat, and the waves it caused through the industry, and society.
The documentary had people well chosen for the interviews. The characters as themselves were often bolder caricatures than you could possibly imagine having if you made them up. Real natural, good stuff.
The look was nice. A good documentary combines the era with the interviews, and these guys did it well, pulling out footage of the Nixon speeches and the 1972 interviews with the actors and others. Really well done doc.
The interviews covered all the angles, leaving no questions unasked. The timeline that they set for us was very smooth too, a good explanation of the controversy. There was this one guy who was talking about the Mob involvement in the distribution of the film. His wife interjected all the time, telling him that he should shut his mouth, that they may get in trouble with certain people. That was a nice little twist, and I was glad they didn't edit it.
This is more than the making of some porn film and the industry. This movie started a wave of controversy throughout the country, getting shut down three times, and having Harry Reams get arrested and facing 5 years in jail for simply being in it. I guess if you want to see an offbeat documentary, this is the one, it's totally wild, but if you don't like the subject matter, you'll still find it interesting, on a social perspective. Deep Throat was after all, the world's most profitable movie ever...yep, ever... And this is an interesting story.
That Boogie Nights feel was there, definitely, and even the people being interviewed 30 years later still had that swinger look about them, except for the one who went through the most hell, Harry Reams. It was neat seeing these people later in their lives talking about the early years when they made porn in basements. Good stuff.
Classic... Linda Lovelace discovers her clitoris is in the back of her throat...
Overall Rating: 78% (Engrossing)
The reason I saw this doc was this: I wouldn't have had any way of seeing this anywhere else, I'll never see anything like it again, and it definitely peaked my interest on that tacky level of kitsch. I was quite pleased with this, it was totally fun... And that one scene where they actually show the famous deep throat! The whole audience just got silent and shocked in awe. Definitely memorable!