Hey English-speaking video auteurs, pay attention! The Germans are space if you don't step up your game! If you're in the porn business, you should know the film Boogie Nights, you'll know the perception of slipping standards that the introduction of video created.
The standards may not have been to the level of a blockbuster cinema release, or an critically acclaimed feature, but the skills involved in capturing a story onto celluloid was understood and appreciated by the "golden era" producers.
Germany seems to be leading the way to a return of the importance of story, and an increase in awareness of the value that is added to a production through the basics. Story, cinematography, acting, sound & editing. If the market didn't value these, the producers wouldn't put them in. A quick improvement might also include NOT panning past a huge contrast gap, without accounting for the exposure.
The exposition of general discussion to the request and approval for sucking the boss's cock needed to be less verbal. It looked conversationally realistic, but by putting all the meaning into the verbal communication, and not enough in the non-verbal negotiation and agreement, non-German speakers don't get the appropriate build-up.
I wonder if anyone reads these? It would be my dream job to write serious critical essays about the effectiveness of porn videos, and how the culture is changing the industry, and vice-versa.
Nette Frau, aber ne sehr schwache Leistung die Ladung... von Abspritzen kann keine rede sein.
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