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Intoxicate yourself Pollux Studio

Intoxicate Yourself

Pollux Studio

2018. Directed by Candy Flip
Runtime: 6 min.

French poet Charles Baudelaire was convinced: “You must always intoxicate yourself! With wine, poetry, art – as you will.” Following his command, queer performers Candy Flip, Jo Pollux, and Theo Meow got naked and created their very own interpretation of a smoking fetish film.

Jo Pollux, Candy Flip and Theo Meow share a beautiful flat that can be turned into a film set within a few seconds. Based in Neukölln, the dirty heart of Berlin, they meander between worlds full of sweat and champagne, fetish and drama, sin and misery, sex and art and political activism.

Curator's Note: PinkLabel.TV is curated by its creator Shine Louise Houston based on a set of criteria that aims to expand our notions of adult film. Our collection includes erotic and adult videos that often exist outside of conventional pornography, whether in depictions of bodies and desires that are underrepresented in commercial porn, through titles with historical cultural relevance, or movies with original concepts and cinematic craft. With these factors taken into consideration, we hope you appreciate the film.






Production Name: Intoxicate Yourself
Production Date: 4/11/2018
Jo Pollux c/o Altes Finanzamt
Schönstedtstr. 7, 12043
Berlin
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