A feminist organization in the UK has decided to once again broadcast the movie “Hardcore”, a documentary about the abuses suffered by women working in the pornography industry, according to The Guardian. Feminist organization hopes the film will help combat vision that porn actresses are just “men who have sex”, arguing that women are often humiliated and abused. “Hardcore”, a documentary about the abuses suffered by actresses porn stirs controversy in Britain. Hardcore truth about women in the pornography industry.
“Hardcore” was first broadcast in 2001. The film follows the life of Felicity, a mother aged 25 who, who are trying hard to raise money to give his daughter as many opportunities in life. She is invited by an agent to know the people behind the American porn industry. During production, Felicity turns a beautiful woman, intelligent and full of energy, a person emotionally exhausted. The redistribution of documentary has sparked many controversies related public watching a movie in which women suffer abuse.
Meet the woman agent makes Max Hardcore actor and producer, known for the way they behave abusively on the set. Felicity refuses to associate with him, but is persuaded to meet and even work with Hardcore, an unpleasant character of even the porn industry because of the humiliation suffered by women in his films.
The highlight of the documentary is an oral sex scene in which Felicity chokes and bursts into tears. Hardcore manages to persuade her to resume filming, but crew members intervene and put an end to the stage, for fear of being accused of complicity in rape.
Scottish Women’s Organisation against pornography, another group feminist documentary rebroadcasting not approve because he is “a rape movie Felicity“.
Other similar organizations believe that the film helps combat distorted perception of life “fascinating” adult film industry. Just as some activists gorteşti shows images of mass graves and torture animals, those from feminist chose to illustrate the abuses suffered by women in the porn industry through the film to shock more foreign journalists writing.