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It appears that Susan Sarandon has waiting until the sexually ironic age of 69  to feed her inner beast and direct porn.

Sarandon believes that women would be better directors of porn than men. Apparently the multi-billion dollar male-dominated (Hmmm…?) business of porn knows nothing about what people want to see. Thankfully that industry may have Sarandon to save it.

Sarandon says she’s considering directing porn to highlight the female point of view of sexual acts on camera.

Admittedly, I don’t want porn now, but I have in the past. And though I don’t consider myself an afficianado, I do believe I’ve watched enough to say the following: Sarandon will not find any new angles to porn that haven’t already been done.

Yes, while speaking at the Cannes Film Festival in France, Sarandon told reporters:

“I have threatened, in my 80s, to direct porn.”

“I haven’t watched enough to know what the problems are. Most pornography is brutal and doesn’t look pleasurable from a female point of view. So I’ve been saying that when I no longer want to act, I want to do that.”

Sarandon already has showcased her naivite when it comes to porn, as there are all types of porn.

And I do believe I speak for many when I say that when it comes to most porn, nobody cares about the stinking story behind it.

Sarandon comments further,

“A lot of times guys are too embarrassed to really decide why that sex scene is in [non-porn movies]. What is that scene supposed to tell you about these people? Who’s catching and who’s throwing?

“These decisions aren’t made by men because they’re often embarrassing to deal with. Perhaps women directors are not so embarrassed.”

Sarandon believes that because she’s a woman, she will undoubtedly upstage men. For an actress whose career is effectively over (or should be), porn offers the new frontier. I’m actually shocked she doesn’t believe she could star in a porno.

I’d ask Susan these questions.

If you’ve been pondering porn for so long, why wait? It’s not like you couldn’t have done it earlier.

Perhaps you could have saved the porn business from its male-dominated self?

Or maybe not?

 

 

 



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