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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.

IMDB: 6.81 Likes

  • 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: 3 / 19

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


An interesting look at the porn movie that started a culture war.Reviewed byBA_HarrisonVote: 7/10

Inside Deep Throat delves into the fascinating background of the most profitable film in the history of cinema; it's a story that features political machination, cultural revolution, moral uproar, censorship, obscenity lawsuits, the women's liberation movement, claims of sexual abuse, and the mafia—but most importantly, a lady with complete control over her gag reflex.

Linda Lovelace (real name: Linda Susan Boreman) shot to fame in Deep Throat, the porn film that became a phenomenon by capitalising on its star's outstanding ability to perform fellatio; in the permissive climate of the early '70s, Deep Throat became the first blue movie to be embraced by the middle-classes, briefly making it chic to go see a sex flick. Unfortunately, for the people involved in the making of the film, not everyone was so open-minded: the Moral Majority (i.e., religious right) were soon up in arms and launched a crusade against the film with the full backing of the current administration, led by that beacon of morality, Richard Nixon.

Interviews with the film's cast and crew, including it's male star Harry Reems and director Gerard Damiano, shed a lot of light on the movie, and opinions are also given by such luminaries as Al Goldstein, Dr. Ruth, Hugh Hefner, Larry Flynt, John Waters, Wes Craven, Norman Mailer and Gore Vidal; however, perhaps the most interesting aspect of the whole Deep Throat affair—Lovelace joining the feminist anti-porn movement and subsequently revealing that she was forced to take part in the film against her wishes by her controlling and violent husband—is only briefly touched upon.

Whether or not Linda was really a victim of abuse, or merely a puppet of feminist activists, is still the subject of much conjecture, and with the actress having died as the result of a car crash in 2002, we shall probably never know for certain; but watching Linda enthusiastically performing her signature move (this documentary shows snippets of the notorious act), listening to her proudly promoting the movie in interviews, and knowing of her intent to return to the world of porn, I do find her claim of unwilling participation rather hard to swallow (snigger, snigger, fnar, fnar!).

6.5 out of 10, rounded up to 7 for IMDb.

This Film is Not About Deep ThroatReviewed bykergillianVote: 8/10

Sure, there are the corny jokes, the innuendo, and of course, the deep throat scene (you knew that was...erm...coming...sigh), but this film is beyond that. It's about a phenomenon - a phenomenon that changed the way North America views sex, pornography, censorship, and feminism.

Deep Throat changed America. Stop laughing, shaking your head - it's true! After Deep Throat, the government tried to shut down 'lewd' and 'vulgar' behaviour, and tried to keep it from the screens - but it was too powerful. The streets were filled with people who proclaimed their rights to watch the 'filth' if they wanted to - and these people weren't just shady perverts, protest-hungry college students and free-loving hippies, they were the middle class, the bourgeois, the suburban, the housewives and businessmen, older ladies and middle-age soccer moms - they were suburban middle America, and they were hungry to take part in this wave of commercial sexuality. America had been repressed for forty years and they needed to LET IT OUT!

The downside is that the phenomenon won. And one thing led to another, and somewhere along the way it lost its edge and we lost the sensual, leaving us with the sexual alone. The explicit, the clinical, the self-stimulating - we have it all on the click of the satellite remote, the DVD player, the internet - but there's no love in it any more. Deep Throat was hokey. It was crap. But it celebrated sex in a FUN way. And the 70s porn industry loved the body, it loved being sexy, it loved sultriness and sexuality. All you have to do is look at the art-house softcore films of the era - Emmanuelle, Camillle 3000, etc - to see this. Feminists were split - some loved the sexual freedom, others hated the exploitation - but everyone agreed that it was all RELEVANT. In a way, Deep Throat opened doors that desperately needed to be opened, but in a way it ruined what could have been beautiful. We won the right, but lost the passion.

Meanwhile, how often are you gong to have Larry Flynt, Dick Cavitt, Camille Paglia, John Waters, Alan Dershowitz, Normal Mailer, Bill Maher, Erica Jong, Xaviera Hollander and GORE VIDAL (!!!), one after the other lauding the most successful film in history??

This film is fascinating because it looks beyond the porn. It gives the curious, and the porn-hungry, that Deep Throat scene and a little sex thrown in for good measure. But those looking for XXX-friendly masturbation material are in the wrong theater, and will be bored by the talking heads, as they argue the pros and cons of a cheaply made, hokey porn flick that wouldn't elicit more than a half-chuckle from today's film-going audience (or from today's multi-billion dollar porn industry).

We see those who applaud and those who oppose. We see how Andrea True became a one-hit wonder (More More More!!), we see how Harry Reems became the scapegoat/fall guy and was convicted and incarcerated for obscenity (it probably should have been for bad acting...), and we see how Linda Lovelace was used and abused by everyone from her husband to the porn industry to feminists, each with their own agenda. Will the real Linda Lovelace please stand up? (Question: did Gloria Steinem exploit Lovelace any less than the porn industry did...??)

Fact: The porn industry has degenerated into everything it was expected to

Fact: Those in the porn industry who aspire to higher standards are 99% likely to be doomed to fail miserably and get blacklisted in Hollywood

Fact: Inside Deep Throat is the first documentary to really look at the shift within the industry, and where it all went wrong.

Not for the overly prude, the overly perverted or the closed minded. For the few of you who are left, it's an easy 7.5/10.

The Boogymen of her time are still with us.Reviewed byTim JohnsonVote: 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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