Female Misbehavior
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Didn't do it for Love
This film explores the fascinating life of Eva Norvind, the blond Norwegian bombshell who was Mexico's Marilyn Monroe in the 1960's and New York's leading dominatrix in the 1980's.
Annie
Annie is an inside look (in more ways than one) at Annie Sprinkle, porn-star, performance artist and sexual diva.
Bondage
Bondage centers on an S&M practitioner and her use of pain as pleasure.
Max
Max is the story of a transsexual's journey from female to male
Dr. Paglia
Dr. Paglia is a confrontation with Camille Paglia, the infamous author

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