Island 2008

 
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Island 2008
PG | 1h 6min | Documentary, Adult | 23 October 2011 (Denmark)

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The story of a young filmmaker who leaves his small hometown in Nebraska and finds himself exploring the dark realities of gay porn company Treasure Island Media.

User review:

This is no ordinary documentary. Ryan Sullivan tells a deeply personal story, dragging us from his hometown to San Francisco [on a] kind of existential quest. [Island] explores the shattered relationship between two brothers while penetrating the world of a wildly controversial underground porn studio.

Director: Ryan Sullivan
Stars: John Sullivan, Ryan Sullivan
Country: USA
Language: English
Release Date: 23 October 2011 (Denmark)
Filming Locations: San Francisco, California, USA

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Island (2008)

66 min|Documentary, Adult|23 Oct 2011

4.5Rating: 4.5 / 10 from 24 users
The story of a young filmmaker who leaves his small hometown in Nebraska and finds himself exploring the dark realities of gay porn company Treasure Island Media.

10 reviews for Island 2008

  1. FRANS P. (verified owner)

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    A documentary about the notorious Paul Morris Treasure Island studio. For those who like the rawer and violent stuff.

  2. Peter Purton (verified owner)

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  8. Anonymous (verified owner)

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    The documentary is interesting. The interview with the brother is rather sad.

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