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XXX - Annie Sprinkle | Her Story of Porn

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XXX - Annie Sprinkle | Her Story of Porn.

Annie Sprinkle just seems so damned ecstatic to be Annie Sprinkle and she’ll bubble all over the place showing off her joy. Annie Sprinkle’s Herstory of Porn: Reel to Real is a filmed version of her stage show of the same name, a Sprinkle-hosted examination/autobiography of her life in pornography. Sprinkle sits in front of the screen playing clips from her films, commenting on them MST3K-style, and changing outfits with the appropriate eras. It’s a bit like a Mark Rappaport film, but with less pathos and more penetration.

Sprinkle’s story begins in 1973 when she was a popcorn girl at a porn theater playing Deep Throat. She soon hooked up with director Gerard Damiano, with whom she worked on several occasions (including Let My Puppets Come, which isn’t mentioned.) Clips from several movies are shown, though we only get titles for a few.

As the film progresses, we get to see a wide variety of Sprinkle’s exploits. See her shove a toothbrush up her anus (“I think it’s hot,” she comments.), screwing a midget, taking in a kielbasa sausage (“It really felt good, and we fed the entire cast for lunch!”), getting fisted (“We’re using Crisco as lubricant. It’s fabulous.”), having her clit pierced (“It’s kind of like piercing a potato chip”) and vomiting on a fellow’s less-than-erect penis. Meanwhile, she talks jubilantly about her work as set designer and her idea of her own talent (“Sex is the easy part.. it’s the acting that’s embarrassing!”) along with her desire to create a more female-centric industry by filming an “actual orgasm” (“luckily we had lots of film in the camera”) and her displeasure with the heterosexual porn community’s lackluster response to AIDS protection organizations.