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#6 of 11 - Bordello Diaries [NSFW - ADULTS ONLY] - Part 6 of 11

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This is part 6 of an 11 part series. If you want to understand what's going on and have all the jokes make sense, please start with part 1 and watch them in order: vimeo.com/28549961 Title: Bordello Diaries Genre: Comedy/Mockumentary/Sex-Comedy/Cinema-Veritee/Satire/Indie Rating: Unrated Running Time: approx. 82 minutes Aspect Ratio: 16x9 widescreen - 720 by 1280 pixels (HDTV, Blu-Ray, HD-DVD) - or - 480 by 720 (DVD) Shooting Format: HDTV (720p) Screener Format: DVD - standard resolution (480p); Audio - 5.1 surround Filming Location: Vancouver, BC, Canada Production Company: Triton Films Inc. (tritonfilms.net) Distributor: Troma Entertainment Inc. (troma.com) Writer/Director: Robert D. Brooks (win.gs) Super-Short Synopsis: Brothel-Mockumentary. Short Synopsis: A hilarious look behind-the-scenes of a catty, underground urban whorehouse. Synopsis: 'Bordello Diaries' is a hilarious look behind-the-scenes of a catty - and not exactly legal - urban whorehouse. From the twisted mind of writer/director Robert D. Brooks, the creative force behind the viral video phenomenon The Dildo Song (see it here for the first time on DVD). Join the men and women of the Iron Ranch Brothel as they show you exactly what it's like to pay for (and to get paid for) sex! So, come on in! Sit down. Relax. Have a drink. And take a peek inside the sex-trade - from the sex-workers' point of view for once. Dirty. Filthy. Raunchy. Funny. And, best of all - completely UNCENSORED (well, almost completely)! Come meet: Tonya, the new girl, fresh off the boat from Denmark; Roxy Velour, the aging former porn-star; Candy, the stuck up princess who hides her job from her friends and family; Jenna, the failed artist; Kelli, the ditzy high-school drop-out who can be talked into just about anything; Jack, the put-upon bartender (and large-clock repairman) and Phil, the grumpy whoremonger who keeps everything running smoothly. Bordello Diaries: No two things go together as well as sex and money... Well, except maybe sex and comedy! With Bordello Diaries, writer/director Robert D. Brooks has brought us something that is rarely seen nowadays - the intelligent, indie sex-comedy. And, really, how often do you get to use that word when talking about an indie sex-comedy nowadays - intelligent? Heck, I shouldn't even say 'nowadays,' I should say 'these decades!' As it hasn't been since the early 70's, when John Waters was making films like Pink Flamingos, that a director has been allowed to make a movie such as this (if you were to imagine a young John Waters or Kevin Smith directing a Christopher Guest or Rob Reiner mockumentary - you probably wouldn't be too far off). Despite their massive popularity, Hollywood has always turned a blind-eye towards the sex-comedy. It has always been the black-sheep of the movie family. But, with underground-themed films like Borat and Jackass blazing a path to the top of the box office - and with $100+ million smash hits such as The 40-Year Old Virgin, Superbad and Knocked Up showing that the R-rated sex-comedy is back - WITH AVENGEANCE! - Now is the perfect time for a movie such as Bordello Diaries. Pushing the boundaries of good taste - and giving the audience some of the biggest laughs around. And, all the while, willing to go just that one step further than anyone else. It's truly cutting-edge comedy. See it for yourself. If you dare (and don't say I didn't warn you, as while it may just be the funniest movie of the year - it's also quite likely the dirtiest as well)!... Tag Lines: - You don't pay a prostitute for sex - you pay her to leave! - The laughs are free - the sex isn't... - Uncut, unhinged and unrated... - The dirtiest comedy of the year. - For people who long for that sinful and seemingly lost cinema-going-experience: the midnight-sex-comedy.

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Ceci n'est pas une femme nue (This is not a naked woman) - Performance by Milo Moiré at Documenta 14 (2017)

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Uncensored version here: unlimitedmuse.com/shop/ceci-nest-pas-une-femme-nue/ Join my Milo Moiré Member Club for more exclusive videos & photos of me: unlimitedmuse.com Without restrictions!!!! ___________________________ ♡ Instagram @milomoire | instagram.com/milomoire ♡ Member & Shop: unlimitedmuse.com become my Member to watch full version of my videos & photos!!! ♡ Twitter @milomoire | twitter.com/MiloMoire ♡ Youtube @milomoire | youtube.com/user/milomoire ___________________________ Milo Moiré’s performance series “Ceci n’est pas une femme nue” (This is not a naked woman) is a rudimentary and, to a certain extent, pioneering documentation of augmented reality (AR). The world we live in is full of computer-based reproductions. We often prefer to view the digital image rather than wishing to grasp the direct original with all our senses. This has led to an altered grammar of perception. We have augmented our reality through new technologies like smartphones. The era of a visible new reality has begun. For her performances Moiré puts on a virtual reality (VR) headset and visits various major art exhibitions, for example, Documenta 14 in Kassel. She does so naked. On her backside and pubic area, binary codes represent the word “digitized” through a sequence of the digits 0 and 1. The sentence “Ceci n’est pas une femme nue” can be read between Moiré’s shoulders and on her chest. With her VR headset, the artist looks at an iPhone placed directly in front of her eyes. It provides an indirect, virtual view of the artworks supplemented with additional information, such as her coordinates. At the same time, Facebook viewers can follow and comment on the digital video images from Moiré’s VR headset in real time. A second camera simultaneously films the artist from an external perspective. The Surrealist painter René Magritte made it clear that “an image is not to be confused with something you can touch”. In 1928 he painted a picture of a pipe and wrote “Ceci n’est pas une pipe” (This is not a pipe) on to the painting. “Can you fill my pipe? Of course not! It is only a representation. If I had written ‘This is a pipe’ on my picture, I would have been lying”, explained Magritte. Almost exactly 90 years later, we find ourselves in the midst of a profound revolution. Our perspective on the world has completely changed. Today, instead of merging dream and reality like the Surrealists, we expand our real world through virtual aspects. Magritte’s pipe is more relevant than ever. Moiré provides a contemporarily relevant illustration of this through her performance “Ceci n’est pas une femme nue”. We catch sight of a naked woman through digital media, but we can’t stroke her skin. “Ceci n’est pas une femme nue” raises the question: “How is the public space changing, as the digital space now replaces or, alternatively, reshapes the public space? As the digital nude superimposes itself over the optical nude? Is the reproduction and distribution in digital space triggering a disintegration in real space?” People are connected in real time in front of their screens and take in additional information which goes beyond their eyes. The real body is shifting into the digital space. Will this result in our isolating ourselves within augmented reality? Paradoxically feeling trapped in our bodies through this expansion? Or will we finally dissolve the body beyond recognition within the digital space? “Ceci n’est pas une femme nue.” Really?! copyright: unlimitedmuse.com/Peter Palm

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