A tour of the world of film pornography includes coverage of its production in seven major international cities, exploring how adult movies reflect today's views about the simulation and glorification of sexual expression, and offering insight into the experiences of the industry's directors and actors. Original.
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Stefano De Luigi has been a photojournalist since 1988, working in his native Italy and in other parts of the world. His principal projects have included work on the world of television in six different countries and a report on the fashion business. Martin Amis is one of England's best-known contemporary novelists. His books include London Fields, Money, Success, Time's Arrow, and Yellow Dog, which has pornography as one of its central themes.Review:
"'Porno people have changed. In the yard of the house on Dolorosa Drive, during a break in filming, Chloe, Artie and Lola stood there naked, discussing a new rollercoaster ride called Desperado. They were all smoking. I came across many a good little smoker in pornoland. What with the risks they run already, who cares about smoking? Then it was butts out and back to work. And I do mean work. Porno is a proletarian form. And porno people are a hard-grafting, ill-paid fraternity who, by and large, look out for each other and help each other through. They pay their rent with the death of feelings' - from the Introduction by Martin Amis"
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Book Description Thames & Hudson, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0500284989
Book Description Thames & Hudson, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110500284989