After Porn Ends

After Porn Ends

2010 | Bryce Wagoner

After Porn Ends, is a documentary that not only examines the lives and careers of some of the biggest names in the history of the adult entertainment industry; but what happens to them after they leave the business and try and live the "normal" lives that millions of other Americans enjoy.

Average rating   3 out of 10


Sebastian Korgaard     2020-07-20 3 out of 10

The documentary is a good idea that could be very interesting if it were not for the fact that the execution is so lousy. It could be exciting to see how the stars cope with it and what opportunities they have based on their past. But instead it ends with a trivial insight into a poor persons everyday - and that in an unusually indifferent way.
Niels Risgaard Hansen     2013-02-03 3 out of 10

This is really a poor documentary.
There is no timeline and no real story, and the editing actually reminds me of a poorly edited porn movie. I starts our so blunt that I though it was a joke. There is no intro and no presenter to guide you.
The former porn actors tell about their experiences in the business and how they got into pornography. All classic stereotypes are confirmed - male actors love if and female complain and cry. Luckily they have also found female actors, that are quite aware of how to take advantage of the business and now only have financial troubles like any other retired actor. Some of the whiny and now christian actors pissed me off and made want to find something else to watch.
If you have a deep interest in how the porn industry effects people, or if you are doing a paper on social behaviour among porn actors, this might be worth watching. If anything else, this is mostly a waste of time.

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