A film about the sex industry in virtual reality insulted the porn star

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Frame: the movie GFE

A short film in virtual reality about the lives of the employees of the sex industry was removed from the American festival SXSW after a complaint of the main actress. Reported by Engadget.

The film directed by Michael Jacobs (Michael Jacobs) told reporters that he had made a film in the genre of “documentary fantasy”. In the work called GFE (girlfriend experience — “women’s experience”), he focused on “the demystification of the female escort services”. However, the main actress of the film Liara Roux was asked to remove the picture due to the fact that she did not discuss with the Director the presence in the film’s erotic scenes.

In an interview with Engadget actress and part-time porn Director stated that it was not signed with Jacobs no contracts for the issuance of the work: according to her, the project was in limbo. Ru accidentally found out about the release of the film after it was shown at the festival.

“I feel extremely insulted that my trust in him completely exhausted. He act like he gives a voice to the employee in the sex industry, but it actually covers my mouth and does something without my consent,” said the actress.

Jacobs, in turn, said that the idea to strip completely in one of the scenes belonged to the actress. According to him, the girl herself offered to undress in the final scene.

In the end, the festival’s management took the decision to remove the controversial film from the program.

Jacobs and Ru started working on a short VR film in 2017. In the story, an employee of escort services had to meet with a client on the street, and then proceed with him to the hotel room.

Video, photo All from Russia.

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