La Petite Morte

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Film

La Petite Morte is a 2003 Canadian documentary directed by Emmanuelle Schick Garcia about the pornography business in Paris, centering on the interviews of Raffaela Anderson, John B. Root and others. It won three film festival awards for Best Documentary and one nomination for Best Documentary.

The title is a reference to "la petite mort", French for "the little death," an idiom and euphemism for orgasm. [1]

Reception

Kevin Thomas of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "Both Schick and Anderson have too much contempt for porn, its makers and its audience for their tedious film to have much significance."[2]

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