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The OH Files

AORTA Films

Runtime: 38 min.

AORTA films presents The OH Files / pornography from the ETLE Universe

Millk chugging, mylar, slow motion resonance, filling and being filled; these are just a few of the images that flood AORTA films’ first feature, The Oh Files, starring Parts Authority, Ginny Woolf, Erykah Ohms, Xposed Brick, and Toxic Shock. Interspersed with bodies gleefully cutting through space in suspended time, these shorts explore queer sexuality from the vantage point of the ETLE Universe, a queer/feminist cyborg time travel performance epic. 

 

Let yourself be filled // let your future self do the filling.

Your future is coming.


Credits: Created + Directed by AORTA films

Filmed by Anonymous

Edited by Jacqueline Mary

Original Score by Ashur Rayis

Starring performers:
Parts Authority, Ginny Woolf, Xposed Brick, Erykah Ohms, and Toxic Shock

Curated by 888ism.e
Produced by Parts Authority, Ginny Woolf, Rosie Deadpan, Anonymous, Bubble Tunnel, and SAS

Created as one work of the A.O. Movement Collective’s ETLE Universe


Descriptions per section: Every person has an ‘index’—it’s a collection of your highest density, most impactful memories, mapped on to the ridges and curves of your body. In 1ND3X, Parts Authority reveals theirs, creating wormholes through space and time to remember past lovers, sensations, and memories. In MYLAR FUCKING, Toxic Shock and Erykah Ohms join Parts Authority in a time-bending three-way, using hands and strap on cocks to bring each other to orgasm and open pathways to gently warping alternate realities. In SOLO/DUO Xposed Brick’s daydreams bring Ginny Woolf into his voyeuristic slow-motion fantasy. As they fuck amidst the buoyancy of slow-motion ass undulations and red light, the weightless rhythm of their bodies find a pulse. In DIGITAL GENETIALS Erykah Ohms and Toxic Shock take a lusty tumble into bed together, only to find that their parts are as transmutable as their desire. As they scroll through options, they begin to play and explore with their post-human techno-bodies. Porn is awkward. Sex is awkward. Sometimes we’re just like Toxic Shock and Xposed Brick: nothing but AWKWARD EDGES. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there. LET YOURSELF BE FILLED finds Toxic Shock and Erykah Ohms back in bed together for an encore performance, this time armed with two hitachis as they simultaneously take Parts Authority’s fists in a climatic, screaming, power surge. Finally, in MILLK BURLESQUE, Parts Authority, Erykah Ohms, and Ginny Woolf ceremonially edge us towards The OH Files’ climatic money shot. Honoring their cyborg sexualities with the consumption of MILLK (a white viscus substance used to fuel their post-human transition) the three begin to bend time with their erotic power, letting the wet, white viscosity flow freely forward, splashing down their bodies and dripping from their mouths.


AORTA films makes queer/feminist porn for our impending post-human future. Led by creator/director Mahx Capacity, and performer/producers Parts Authority and Ginny Woolf, AORTA films seeks to create ethical, lusty, heartfelt content that disrupts boundaries and glitches desire.




Movie Title: The OH Files
Production Date: 3/29/15-3/30/15
Studio: Aorta Films
Custodian Of Records Information:
Lillie DeArmon
604 Sterling Place
Brooklyn, NY 11238
Special Presentation
Milwaukee SHARE (Sexual Health and Relationship Education)





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