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Old 05.31.2012, 05:46 PM   #16091
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I know you're only picking up on something that i actually said but I wouldn't want to make too much of the acting issue. I stand by my defence of some individuals in porn being able to act but I'd obviously be lying if I said that was a major factor behind my general fascination with that world. To be honest with you I'm still trying to work it out myself. It's obviously more than just its tittilation factor that I like. Maybe its that in many ways it's actually closer to a kind of Hollywood that I love but which Hollywood itself has long since moved away from. Certainly, I'd say that an iconic figure ftom the period of Hollywood that I most like, say Jean Harlow, has more in common with someone like Taylor Wane (don't bother googling, you'll likely throw up) than she does with say Sandra Bullock.

I suppose in that sense I'm only thinking a variation of what a lot of underground film was doing when it turned to the idea of 'superstars'. (Although it's another argument entirely as to what the superstars were really meant to represent.)
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