One man's fascination with pornography leads him down a path of destruction, hurting both himself and others. In this independent drama, Paul (Michael DeGood) is a young man who has problems with women, who falls into the habit of purchasing pornography and hiring prostitutes. After making a few amateur porn videos on his own, he meets Spano (Craig Wasson), a major producer of adult films who tells Paul he could go far in pornography if he could find the right star. When Paul meets Kate (Katheryn Cain) -- a naive, aspiring actress who has just moved to L.A. -- he thinks he may have found just the right girl to build his career on. But Paul is blind to the dangerous and sordid world he has moved into, and the deeper he goes, the more damage is done to himself and to Kate. Co-star Craig Wasson also served as associate producer for this film, which was shown at the 1999 Santa Barbara Film Festival. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi
As you can clearly tell by the name of the movie that THIS AIN'T PORN! It's a movie made by a film school graduate with not much money. If you're an amateur filmmaker or you're interested in making your own skits, you can check out the "Making of a Scene" section in the Bonus Features of the DVD.
I think it is a good story and the drama looks real to a typical young girl from a small city that wants to be in the movie industry although teaches us a great lesson about how greedy some film makers could get what they want