But within that construct, there’s human beings and they’re fighting for agency.
Any woman that’s really in the public sphere has experienced this. Doesn’t matter if you’re fourteen or if you’re eight, there’s an incredible vernacular that I do believe has become more and more plausible to talk this way in the public sphere, I think because we live in such a coarse and pornographic era.
Michelle Mc Laren was a director, and Maggie Gyllenhaal was a huge amount of influence on how we told the story and why.
, much like a lot of other pieces we’ve worked on—in a certain cage: an economic, political, social cage that is being established around some of this world.
This is a moment, 1971, of something that was under the counter: then brown paper bags suddenly became legal, pornography.
And it was really the birth of an industry which is now a multi-billion dollar American standard.