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Blu-ray Review - Blue Money


1971's "Blue Money" is a domestic drama and a procedural feature about the production of pornography, mixing some soulfulness into an effort that's primarily about sneaking in as much skin as possible. Director Alain Patrick funnels his experience in adult entertainment into this movie, hope to bring to the screen an authentic recreation of life as a porno producer, with all the flakes, crooks, and fear involved, often preventing a smooth assembly of sex. As a semi-documentary, "Blue Money" is actually quite interesting, capturing corners of the skin business that aren't normally addressed, going a long way to demystify how the industry works. The rest of the film isn't nearly as compelling, finding Patrick too enamored with himself to honestly attack his woeful lead performance and uninspired screenplay. Read the rest at


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