"ADDICTED TO SEXTING", a compelling (and sometimes humorous) look at the rise and proliferation of this social phenomenon from several varying perspectives and how the lives of those ...
See full summary » This character-driven film considers the evolving sex trafficking landscape as seen by the main players: the exploited, the pimps, the johns that fuel the business, and the cops who fight to stop it.
Later on, the white dude saw one of the two girls moving, making some weird ass gestures that he couldn’t really understand.
Then the other doll started doing weird shit but he didn’t really see it so he decided to move on.
Their only need to do porn is to drive a Lamborghini or have a swimming pool in front of their house. This film could have been reduced to 20 minutes without losing content.
The long sequences showing not very bright teenage girls tattle about their lives or play with "cute dogs" is very time consuming and boring.
And in the end the inevitable happens: as there is no aim, there is no way to reach that destination, and there is an abrupt "that's all folks".
Several women, including Rachel Bernard (from Illinois) and Tressa Silguero (from Texas) are recruited by a 23-year-old pro-amateur porn agent Riley Reynolds to live in his North Miami Beach home.
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The film was originally imagined as an exploration of male consumption of pornography on college campuses.
The filmmakers abandoned this idea when they discovered that the men were mostly watching pornographic videos starring young women.
Curious about why such a large number of young women were entering the industry, the film was reoriented to tell their story.