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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: 5 / 25

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


A surprisingly informative and professional look at pornography as a cultural issue.Reviewed byMichael DeZubiriaVote: 10/10

The movie's poster does absolutely nothing for it as far as presenting it as a legitimate documentary about a real part of the American culture, but Inside Deep Throat is a well-made and highly informative look at the release of Deep Throat in the early 1970s and the tremendous impact that it had on American society, which was thrown into a massive uproar over the release of a micro-budget pornographic film. Produced by legendary producer Brian Grazer, the documentary features countless television clips from the 1970s which show how well-known it was. Whether or not people were offended by the material, it seemed that Deep Throat had become a household name, and everyone from Johnny Carson and Bob Hope to Hugh Hefner and Larry Flynt provide their thoughts in this documentary. I particularly enjoyed how the term Deep Throat was worked into late night comedy shows and sitcoms back in the 70s, as well as the interview with Wes Craven, one of my favorite horror directors. Be advised that there is a graphic scene from Deep Throat included in this film, but other than that it takes itself very seriously. It is not pornography at all, it is only ABOUT pornography, and its level of insight illustrates how large the difference is between the two.

Amazing to meReviewed byT.S. HunterVote: 7/10

It is amazing to me that Netflix has this 2005 documentary film for rent but still won't get the original DEEP THROAT film from 1972 it is based upon! If even Amazon and Amazon Canada carry it sporadically, and it is a film that has made over $600 million so far like it says, you'd figure that enough people would want to see the original film from 1972 without having to buy it. That alone shows how relevant a film is, and the dissection of which that is done in this documentary, in which we as Americans, are STILL strangled with the idea/s that sex is bad, as a community. We want sex private and in our own homes and only to ourselves, but are very often afraid of what liberating ideas and movements can bring to ourselves and others and the community and nation as a whole (i.e. The "Not In My Back Yard" (NIMBY) phenomenon). Of course there is always differences of opinion and movements and ideas, but does America really believe in the Freedom of Speech as much as it believes in the Freedom of Privacy? Or do we believe in either? I'm not necessarily saying that all ideas and movements are good all the time of course to their extreme, which is explored some in the film, if you check out the extras. These and many other ideas are brought forth and not necessarily answered in a consumerist nation that is not always happy with itself. Anyway, I figure the documentary is probably better than the original film, but at the time of the writing of this review, the original 1972 DEEP THROAT is still not a widely distributed film for RENTAL. Oh and by the way, I am neither Republican nor Democrat if that matters to the reader, even though it shouldn't, but that is another whole different/same story. :P 8/10

Inside Deep Throat is a Fantastic Voyage through TimeReviewed byjettVote: 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.

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