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This 3-part documentary is not perfect but it is a good contemporary reflection on the state of sexual education and the role that porn plays in this. The moms are committed but also somewhat naive. The makers chose the emotional perspective rather than the 'behind the scene' technicalities of porn film making. But the premise of the mothers is that they want to make a movie that they could show their children, and in that sense the doc is thought provoking. In Erika Lust they find a 'new wave' porn maker who makes movies to their liking.
Meanwhile one blatant omission is the role of the fathers. They are so absent that one starts to wonder if they are all single mothers. Are these mothers indifferent to what the fathers of their children think about porn?
Considering the British output of documentaries about sex and porn, this is a welcome perspective and addition.
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