Jessica Jensen Clip 1 Preview

Jessica Jensen Clip 1 Preview

23/12/2017

This video of English porn star, Jessica Jensen, was made by Shardick.  He calls it an "interview sandwich"   Before your imagination runs away with you trying to figure out what an interview sandwich with a porn star is, we'll explain.  It's where he conducts an interview with the young lady before he shags her, and resumes the questioning after they've barely caught their breath.Having sex with another person is a fast track way of getting to know them intimately - gaining an insight into their personality.  At least, so long as you're paying attention and doing it right.  You might object that one doesn't have to look too far into literature, history, or personal experience to realise that sex commonly goes hand in hand with all kinds of duplicity, dreadful betrayals or petty manipulation.  But that only underlines the point.  It's the intimacy of sex that allows for the possibility of deeper understanding or ambiguities and deceptions.Porn sex, on the other hand,  generally omits intimacy entirely.  Perhaps that's just the nature of the thing.  By definition pornography is concerned with the explicit details of the act, so the subtleties of developing character and motivation hardly figure at all - no sense in creating a compelling plot that will only be fast forwarded through.  But that doesn't mean that porn is worthy of watching if it is only disembodied genitals.  There needs to be a sense that they are attached to a person, and a person who is present.  Reacting and participating.  So, in place of plot development, the convention of the porn interview has arisen.  The porn starlet is quizzed about herself before the action starts.  She gives her name.  Her age.  The size of her breasts.  Is asked when she first had sex.  How she got into porn.  What her favourite position is.  This isn't an exhaustive list but already we've covered the essential bases.  Surprisingly despite the limitations of the format and the skills of the interviewer often enough this does succeed in giving some sense of the performer's personality.  It's not what she says that works to show us who she is.  It's the way she responds.  We cannot help but think that there ought to be a more elegant way of giving substance to performer.  So we like Shardick's idea of conducting the interview after the event when everyone is better acquainted. 

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