Wednesday, December 22, 2010

A Perfect Fake (2005)

Director: Marc de Guerre

Starring: People who are different than most

More info: IMDb

Plot: The film takes us into the world of men who have chosen to reject the reality of human sexual companionship in order to pursue emotional and physical relationships with a variety of erotic surrogates and simulations. The film looks at the emerging market for ‘hyper-realistic’ simulations of real women, through the lens of the emerging new world of computer-generated virtual pornography and erotica. The film also takes the viewer into the strange and disturbing world of men who have chosen to share their lives with life-size female ‘love dolls’. These dolls are companions, confidants and sexual partners, and to the men who own and love them, each ‘girl’ is as unique as a snowflake.

My rating: 6/10

Will I watch it again? Nah. Once was fine.

Ever since a buddy of mine showed me a doc called SEX ROBOT (2010) I've been searching for one that I saw about a year ago (see what happens when you get too far forget shit) that was solely on Real Dolls and the people who own them. It had this couple who owned more than a dozen and then there was this 60 something year old guy who bought one because it resembled a teen that he recently dated. It was freaky as hell. So in my quest to find it I watched this one. It's OK. Like a lot of these, it's interesting to a point and you spend a lot of it gaping in awe at the extent people will go to for companionship.

I almost married this first one...

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