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Not a Love Story
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It was directed by Bonnie Sherr Klein in , and released in The film was banned in the province of Ontario on the basis of its pornographic content — a decision that was later reversed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the Bollywood film, see Not a Love Story film. The Canadian Encyclopedia. University of Toronto Press. Categories : films English-language films Anti-pornography feminism Canadian films Canadian documentary films Documentary films about feminism Documentary films about pornography National Film Board of Canada documentaries Films directed by Bonnie Sherr Klein s documentary films s Canadian film stubs Canadian documentary film stubs. Hidden categories: All stub articles. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history.
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Contact Us. Made over two decades ago, this NFB produced attack on the misogynist values of the porn industry has not dated well. Many of the feminist attitudes presented by filmmaker Bonnie Klein have since been discarded, and the ramifications of pornography have been rethought in better and more contemporary ways. Still, at the time of it's release, Not a Love Story was extremely relevant and does contain some insights into the peep-show filled world of adult entertainment at a time just before home video completely revolutionized the industry. The surprisingly conventional plot of this film has director Bonnie Klein shaming a stripper named Linda Lee Tracey into giving up the business. Tracey, who is actually more of a burlesque performer, tells Klein at the beginning of the film that because she is in control of her act and aware of her sexuality, she doesn't feel like stripping is degrading to women. She says her act is a parody of eroticism, and that she can't identify with the feminist movement which sees her as a victim. In an effort to mold Tracey's attitudes in her own image, Klein takes her on a tour of New York's sleazy red light district, and to interviews with feminist writers and thinkers including Susan Griffin, Andrea Dworken and Laura Lederer.
A thought-provoking chronicle of two women, Bonnie Klein, the director of the film, and Linda Lee Tracey, a stripper, as they explore the world of peep shows, strip joints and sex supermarkets. Both are motivated by the desire to know more about pornography — why it exists, the form it takes, and how it affects relations between men and women. End Violence Against Women. There are no document materials about issues, actions or organizations relating to: Not a Love Story: A Film about Pornography Help us expand our archive by donating material or volunteering. There are no cultural materials photos, posters, buttons, films, etc. Rise Up!