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"The 51st shade of grey"
  • NR
  • 2014
  • 1 hr 18 min
  • 6.2  (1,283)
  • 67

Kink is a 2013 documentary film that takes a look at the world of BDSM pornography, specifically following the crew and performers of the website The film is directed by Christina Voros and produced by James Franco, and was well-received by critics upon its release. The film opens with a brief history of BDSM and pornography, discussing how the Internet has transformed the industry and made it more accessible to a wider audience. We are then introduced to Peter Acworth, the founder of, who is shown managing the day-to-day operations of the site and overseeing the production of their various BDSM-themed videos.

Through interviews with several members of the crew and performers, the film explores the various kinks and fetishes that are portrayed on the site, including bondage, domination, submission, and masochism. We hear from Maitresse Madeline, one of the site's top performers, who discusses how she got into the industry and what it's like to be a dominatrix on camera. We also hear from Chris Norris, one of the site's riggers, who is responsible for tying up the performers and creating the elaborate bondage setups featured in many of the videos.

While much of the film is focused on the behind-the-scenes workings of, there are also several sequences that show the performers in action. We see Madeline and other dominatrices putting their submissive partners through various physical and psychological challenges, and we see the performers bravely enduring the pain and discomfort of some of the more extreme BDSM activities.

Throughout the film, there is a sense of both fascination and unease with the world of BDSM pornography. On the one hand, the filmmakers clearly have a deep respect for the performers and the work they do, and there are several moments where the film feels celebratory of the BDSM community. On the other hand, there are several moments where the darker side of the industry is exposed, such as when Acworth talks openly about the financial incentives for performers to continue doing more extreme and potentially dangerous activities.

Ultimately, Kink is a thought-provoking and visually striking documentary that offers a unique glimpse into the world of BDSM pornography. With its honest portrayal of the industry's ups and downs, the film is sure to spark conversation and debate among audiences.

Kink is a 2014 documentary with a runtime of 1 hour and 18 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.2 and a MetaScore of 67.

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    6.2  (1,283)
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