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Let's the subject matter do the talking... Unforgettable.
I don't get it. The negative review (as of May 30, 2015) confused me. Someone from outside the porn industry does not have "the right" to make a documentary about it? And Rashida Jones is extra unworthy because she grew up with money and successful parents? We're still talking about producing, right?
It would be one thing if it was ABOUT what people from outside the industry thought, or if their points of view were interjected, or if opinions--which could have ONLY come from the subjects anyway--were cherry-picked to push an agenda, but it was the complete opposite of that. IT WAS 100% OBSERVATIONAL. IT JUST SHOWED THE SUBJECT MATTER, AND LET IT DO THE TALKING. If you didn't like the documentary, it is because you didn't like what the subject matter said, not because of who produced the freak'n film.
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