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Headshot

Blue Artichoke Films

Runtime: 8 min.

A surprisingly intimate portrait of sex, accomplished without any explicit imagery. Originally inspired by the 1963 Andy Warhol film “Blowjob,” the erotic documentary “Headshot” portrays an intense, shared sexual encounter in which we see only one participant, a leather-jacketed (and, in our version, eventually naked) young man. (First-time actor Chris Brinkhof).

As in Warhol´s film, we never see the face of the person giving the blowjob (first-time actress Katinka de Vries), and we only see Chris from the waist up. But in our version we follow the experience from beginning to end: From Chris waiting for Katinka to arrive, to their very first conversation, their full sexual experience together, and their conversation afterward.

The result is a unique take on male sexuality, unusually honest and authentic.

To the intriguing question, “Can a sex scene be hot, even if you can´t see the sex?” the answer, we think, is a resounding “yes”. This unrated film is far too arousing to be shown at your local Cineplex.

A good film for the first-time porn/erotica viewer.




Movie Title: Matinee
Production date: November 6, 2005
Studio: Blue Artichoke Films
Custodian Of Records Information:
Madama Griffitts O´Hara LLP
450 Park Avenue South, Ninth Floort
New York, NY 10016
Best Erotic Short Film
Atlanta Underground Film Festival





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