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Inside Deep Throat (2005)

Inside Deep Throat is a movie starring Linda Lovelace, Harry Reems, and Dennis Hopper. An examination of the infamous pornographic film Deep Throat (1972), covering aspects from the film's creation to its cultural impact.

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  • Genre: Documentary | Biography
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 758.60M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 92
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 4 / 14

The Synopsis for Inside Deep Throat (2005) 720p

In 1972, a seemingly typical shoestring budget pornographic film was made in a Florida hotel, "Deep Throat," starring Linda Lovelace. This film would surpass the wildest expectation of everyone involved to become one of the most successful independent films of all time. It caught the public imagination which met the spirit of the times, even as the self appointed guardians of public morality struggled to suppress it, and created, for a brief moment, a possible future where sexuality in film had a bold artistic potential. This film covers the story of the making of this controversial film, its stunning success, its hysterical opposition along with its dark side of mob influence and allegations of the on set mistreatment of the film's star. In short, the combined events would redefine the popular appeal of pornography, even as more cynical developments would lead it down other paths.


The Director and Players for Inside Deep Throat (2005) 720p

[Role:]Gerard Damiano
[Role:]Linda Lovelace
[Role:]Harry Reems
[Role:Director]Fenton Bailey
[Role:]Dennis Hopper


The Reviews for Inside Deep Throat (2005) 720p


Inside Deep Throat is a Fantastic Voyage through TimeReviewed byjgrosspjcVote: 9/10

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. To the nostalgic viewer, the World spun faster in 1972 when Coppola brought us The Godfather and The Supreme Court brought us death penalty moratorium. Apparently, that was also the year when a few petty mobsters, modestly deformed and underpaid actors, and a Queens New York hairdresser brought us the film that changed the way America views, thinks, and talks about sex. Through rose-tinted glasses, the social enlightenment born of the previous decade had blossomed into a state of tolerance vast enough to allow everyday people to openly attend the "dirtiest" of movies with no shame. J.Edgar Hoover was dead and so too it seemed was the notion that right-wing "moral values" could over-rule the first amendment. Writer/directors Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato in their story of the production and aftermath of the most profitable film ever,remind us that today's cultural intrusion is not a Neo-Victorian era, but only the present chapter of an epic struggle that achieved an earlier climax courtesy of Deep Throat. In 90 minutes,the film provides an intriguing mosaic of present day and archival segments featuring everything from Walter Cronkite and Norman Mailer to a 5-second clip from the original film depicting the act that bares its name (the squeamish are on notice). Through the tragic life of Linda Boreman (aka Linda Lovelace 1949-2002)we are visited by contrasting perspectives of whether hardcore pornography objectifies or empowers women. The viewer by scientific proof is unharmed according to a Presidential commission that was set aside due to the inconvenience of its findings so that pornographers could be prosecuted under newly revised obscenity laws. Enter Harry Reems whose prosecution, conviction, and subsequent celebrity status rendered him as unlikely a constitutional martyr as Luther Campbell (2live crew 1990). Legitimacy as to the importance of the subject matter is augmented by comments from Hellen Gurley Brown, Dick Cavett, and Gore Vidal. For enthusiasts of contemporary American history, politics, media (pornographic or otherwise), feminism, and not least of all the social issues of the Presidential election of 2004, Inside Deep Throat is as entertaining as it is thought provoking.

Shallow ThroatReviewed byscorseseisgod-1Vote: 4/10

There's an old maxim about censorship in Hollywood: If you show a naked woman in the act of making love it's filth and should be rated 'X.' However, if you take a chainsaw and disembowel that same woman, it's rated 'R' and the kiddies can attend if mommy and daddy can't afford a babysitter.

As the sniggering title suggests, don't come expecting too much in the way of sexual politics or modified feminist thinking in this soft-core examination of the world of hard-core. This is the work of producer Brian Grazer, Ron Howard's spiky-haired partner and the head of Imagine Entertainment. From the man who bankrolled "Parenthood," "My Girl" and "Kindergarten Cop" comes the first (and hopefully only) feel-good documentary ever made about the porno industry.

With the exception of a handful of exhibitors, the mob and one evangelically enlightened 'actor,' everybody associated with "Deep Throat" hasn't exactly profited from the experience. The first player we meet is director Gerardo Damiano. Only a former hair stylist turned smut peddler would attempt such a hideous salt and pepper (now entirely salt) weave on his head. This, coupled with a pair of hiked-to-the-nipples Sansabelts, gives the impression of a retired furrier, not a revolutionary adult filmmaker. Claims by the director that he was a radical on the front line of the sexual revolutions are nonsense. If ever a guy landed in the right place at the right time, it's Damiano. Judging by the finished product, the director didn't know which end of the camera he was looking through.

Then there's the film's male lead, Harry Reems who signed on as one of the crew and wound up a star. He also came closest to serving hard time but was spared, the film argues, by a new democratic administration. Long before Traci Lords, Reems was the first porn actor that tried to cross-over into mainstream cinema. Producer Alan Carr wanted to give Reems the role that eventually went to Sid Caesar in "Grease." When Paramount studio execs caught wind of of a porn star sullying their retro-teen musical they immediately put the kibosh on the casting. After years of self-medication, Reems not only went straight, he became a minister in Utah.

The reason that "Deep Throat" was such a mainstream hit had little to do with pornographic content. Basements across America were already equipped with portable screens, Super 8 projectors and stag reels. The one major point "Inside Deep Throat" completely overlooks is the fact the Linda Lovelace was the first reasonably attractive woman to appear in pornography. Say what you will about the film's attempt to incorporate a story, its "ground-breaking" sense of humor and the fact that it was shot on 35mm film. This film hit it big because prior to it, all you saw were zaftig maidens servicing plumbers framed in uncomfortable long shots.

There are a few nuggets of gold gossip to be mined along the way. Helen Gurley Brown loves a protein-enriched facial and horror hack Wes Craven got his start in pornos. Why am I not surprised? The only true pornographic artist was the great Russ Meyer, yet even he knew to stay soft core.

The directors keep the interviews moving with loads of cute, flashy bridging shots. Not surprisingly, the film offers up more than a few behind-the-scenes oddballs. Aside from Damiano there's his assistant director, an unhealthy cross between Charlie Callas and Prof. Irwin Corey. who is all too kind when confessing that as a filmmaker Damiano is a safe distance from "Luke Goddard." Then there's location manager Lenny Camp, a cantankerous, stone-deaf octogenarian with his hand permanently cupped to his ear. Not one for revisionist thinking. Lenny"s mantra is simple: "It was s**t then and its s**t now!" Showing Ms. Lovelace doing what she's most famous for was a must, yet I'm still surprised by the film's overall timid depiction of sexually explicit material. There is one quick shot of Linda swallowing. Even though the title explicitly refers to oral sex, the filmmakers' rapid editing approach to the more overt sexual material comes off a bit cowardly.

The film is crammed with witnesses to the time. Norman Mailer, John Waters, Helen Gurley Brown, Dr. Ruth, Erica Jong, Gore Vidal, Larry Flint, Dick Cavett and Camille Paglia, Hugh Hefner all add insight, but alas, the film's major player died in a car crash in the early nineties. Initial interviews with Lovelace show an "actress" proud of her work and notoriety. With the publication of her autobiography "Ordeal," Lovelace changed horses and began riding a feminist bandwagon. A key target in her book is Hugh Hefner, a man who Lovelace claimed like to force Playmates to have sex with dogs while he watched. The only thing more offensive than his calm, fatherly presence here is the filmmaker's refusal to call Hef on the carpet, presumably in exchange for his compliance to appear.

One of the first times we see Lovelace is in a clip from the "Donahue" show where she claims that everyone who saw the film basically watched a rape. By all accounts, husband Chuck Trainor drove Linda almost as hard as Paul Snider pressured Dorothy Stratton. Indeed, at various times in "Deep Throat" one can detect bruises on Lovelace's body. Sadly, her testimony is dubious as several years prior to her death she once again turned to the world of porn, this time doing a spread in ultra-skanky Legshow Magazine.

So if it's not sexual politics or feminist thinking that sparked curiosity about this nostalgic bit of smut, what is it? Before mentioning politics, before we're introduced to the film's motley band of players, even before the opening credits are done rolling, we are hit with the point that I think impressed producer Grazer the most: a film that cost a paltry $25,000 went on to gross over $600 million.

The Boogymen of her time are still with us.Reviewed bydiane-34Vote: 7/10

I was impressed with this marvelous doco after watching it yesterday and unlike Dick Cavett I remember watching the film in the heady days of the 70s in San Francisco-perhaps not as brave and revolutionary as watching it in Oklahoma City but a political statement none the less.

My thoughts about the film are coloured by this historical connection but that in no way diminishes the strengths of the film. After all these years to see the players in the flesh talking about such a phenomenon made for an enjoyable morning of film watching. You cannot view the film without seething anger at the religious conservatives that made virtually all the player's lives far more difficult than those lives should have been.

If there was a villain in the movie it would have been the Tennesee prosecutor who doubled as a lay preacher when he wasn't trying to make America into his own little brand of religious conservatism. Their kind of dead-head sociology and politics is still rampant in the States and the only difference is they've changed their target from sex to terrorism-or at least their definition of political terrorism.

The directors, Bailey and Barbato, have crafted a superb film inter-cutting old film clips with current interviews in order to create an excellent vision of all the threads between the personalities and opinions of the players. The hilarity of these characters come through when they speak with a forthrightness that generally ends up on the cutting room floor.

If you are an old guy like me-see the film for its historical look at a time that we can remember. If you are a young person interested in politics, look at the film to see the nature of the bad guys around us now but with new crusades to fight.

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