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After porn ends

The glamor of the adult entertainment industry is the main reason many young people, both men and women, seek fame in the spotlight. Savor the honeys of screen stardom, even if it's frugal, even if it's vain.
Director Bryce Wagoner puts together this documentary with real interviews with adult entertainment stars, in a less chic context. They can be seen without makeup, in a street suit and expressing their feelings, without the mask of the reflectors. Walking in a park, in the comfort of a living room, at the front door of your home; and still scratch the surface of the porn actor's psyche. It is not a machine, it is not a piece of furniture, it is a human who hides feelings and fears; that hides its reality behind a smile of commitment from a recorded interview.
We could explain that the documentary is divided into several sections; the history of the actors, the opinion of some pseudo experts, the decadence of the actor and the final course they have taken to continue with their lives. The edition is not the most appropriate, since it lacks a real thread of events and on some occasions, they just seem to be shorts joined at random. Bringing the glamor of a person's career to the beginning of the film gives us the misconception that it is serious work and that it will really delve into the subject. Big mistake; the viewer is guided through torrid ultra-rightist corridors and infused with a radical Christian ideology that offends the viewer.

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