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Susie Bright's Erotic Screen: The Golden Hardcore & The Shimmering Dyke-Core (The Erotic Screen Book 1) (English Edition) de [Bright, Susie]
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Susie Bright, “The Pauline Kael of Porn,” (SFChronicle) rips open the history of erotic cinema before the Internet— from the Golden Age of lavish 35mm hardcore, to the video-inspired “Porno Spring,” initiated by none other than punk, feminist, and lesbian video-makers.

In this first volume of The Erotic Screen, covering 1967-1989, you’ll find Bright’s ground-breaking “X-Rated Advisor” columns from Penthouse Forum, her shocking “killed story” about the history of racism in the Adult Industry, and truly intimate interviews with legendary artists like Russ Meyer, John Leslie, Sharon Mitchell, Jeannie Pepper, and Christopher Rage.

Chapters include: the bizarre beginnings of How-To Sex Videos, the secrets of Erotic Foreign Cinema, The Last of Traci Lords, The Eve of John Holmes’ Departure, the last word on “What Women Want” in erotica, Susie’s blue movie favorites, (both X and R-rated), the never-spoken realities behind a porn shoot, the invention of the “Blatant Lesbian Image”— plus dozens of fan questions answered with Susie’s panache and perceptive detail.

If you want to know why erotic movies were the first independent films to break all the Hollywood Studio rules— if you want to know why sex on screen can change your life— you need to see where it all began in this first volume of “Susie Bright’s Erotic Screen.”

Note: This book is not illustrated. Each chapter is filled with informational (text, photo, and video) hyperlinks for every movie and artist mentioned, plus a complete Source Index for readers to discover more of Susie’s subjects.

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Susie, you got my Kindle "Cherry" 19 de octubre de 2011
Por Ralph Bruno - Publicado en
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Hate to say this, but your book and kindle together are Better than Sex. lol. It's more than a walk down memory lane; it's allowing me to re-visit those days. I'm on my third read. It's become my background music. Nobody can top your wry humor and the wealth of knowledge and experience you bring.
The thumbnail sketches of the directors, performers and every significant film (even some turkeys) are among my fave parts.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Brings Back Memories 28 de octubre de 2011
Por Michael - Publicado en
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I went to college in Southern California in the late seventies when they briefly experimented with showing XXX films in "normal" theaters. Susie briefly alludes to this in her book. I had the opportunity to see several adult films at the theater I usually went to in Marina del Rey. One of them was Russ Meyers "Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens", a movie I hadn't thought of in years until I read this book. Even after all the movies I've seen since, I find it hard to categorize the Russ Meyers experience. Susie has several great sections about Russ in this book, including a mind bending interview with the man himself.

Some very interesting reviews of classic adult films I remember seeing during in my wasted youth, including several Mitchell Brothers films I actually saw in their infamous San Francisco theater. Really brings back memories. I look forward to the next volume.

Besides the content, I loved the way the ebook had links to key references. The links opened in a browser within the Kindle app so I didn't have to switch back and forth between Safari and the reader. The only issue I see is that as time goes by some of the links will go bad - I found a couple that already were - but that is life in the Internet age.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A riveting, insightful history of erotic cinema! 14 de diciembre de 2011
Por Lana Fox - Publicado en
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I'm a huge fan of this book and am ready to read it again and again. I love Susie's humanity, as well as the insights of her interviewees. Susie's sassy, intelligent attitude gives me a real buzz as I read. She is really tuned into the directors and actors she interviews, taking a warm interest in the people as well as the business. Her reviews are useful culturally, sexually and socially (I discovered an old gem because of the e-book - "the Devil in Miss Jones"!), and this really is a read for the passionate and intelligent viewer of erotic cinema. Of course, erotic cinema and porn reveal a great deal about our culture, as well as bringing a whole new world of their own to the table. It's wonderful to see the topic dealt with so well.

One thing that bothered me: a lot of typos, especially earlier on in the book. Irritating (especially because I'm an editor!). But the read is worth every slip-up.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Interesting but geared more towards the lesbian scene. 2 de agosto de 2013
Por StaceyF - Publicado en
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The book was interesting but is mainly re-prints of articles the author wrote for other magazines. The fact that the author is lesbian is fairly obvious is several if the articles but still worth it check it out. I downloaded it as a free book and although I read the whole thing I'm glad I didn't pay for it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fascinating Look at Porn History from a Critic and Insider 28 de diciembre de 2011
Por Rachel Kramer Bussel - Publicado en
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There are many wonderful things about this collection of essays and criticism by Susie Bright, but one of the biggest is the enthusiasm Bright brings to her writing. She is not content to simply go by hearsay, but must seek out not just the videos but the creators and performers to give readers the inside scoop. She isn't trying to demystify porn to the point that people can't get off on it, but rather to give porn fans all the more reason to watch their favorite performer. Yes, she has strong opinions about what she likes and what's shlock, but it's precisely this quality that makes her criticisms so valuable. One might think, only hearing about it after its heyday, as I did, that Deep Throat was the x-rated movie to end all movies, but Bright disagrees.

There's a time capsule quality to this work which you can see from the footnotes; most of the people Bright is writing about here are no longer in the business, and some met tragic ends. At the same time, this writing endures as a contrast to what's happening today in porn and a look at Bright's education and induction into covering the topic, as a pioneering woman standing up for women's desire and voyeurism, and a genuinely curious journalist. And by this I don't mean that Bright casts a "everything was better back in the day" glow on her work; these are simply pieces that you won't find elsewhere and are, in my opinion, companion pieces to her later work. Bright asks questions that extend beyond just the screen and explore elements of sexuality that are relevant to any sexual being, while getting into the nuts and bolts of adult filmmaking and the fascinating characters onscreen and off. I look forward to reading the next volume.
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