Oxymoron Entertainment: Leaving the Past in the Past

Raylene from the documentary After Porn Ends, produced by Christopher Mallick

Raylene from the documentary After Porn Ends, produced by Christopher Mallick

The stories told in the new Oxymoron Entertainment documentary “After Porn Ends” are told in the first person.  Departure from the adult film industry was difficult or they felt they had to at that specific time.  Attempts to start anew were hindered by addictions and emotional scars left behind by a misunderstood profession.  New careers and old relationships had to be assembled into what most people would call a normal life.  Once the past was dealt with, the individual could find healing and new interests.  Many of the interviewees mentioned the importance of watching the documentary for those currently in adult films.

After Porn Ends:

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