Top 11 answers to questions about porn shoots

The world of porn arouses many fantasies. Already because in front of porn, we rarely remain unmoved, but also because we ask ourselves a whole bunch of existential questions about this area which rarely communicates the technical details of its shootings. We have therefore tried to answer the (many) questions that we ask ourselves. If you have ever witnessed a porn shoot in any way, your contributions are welcome.

1. Are porn actors intermittent like other actors?

In theory, yes. But the shooting conditions for porn vary from movie to movie so it’s very hard to generalize. We can have intermittent fees in some big productions like those of Marc Dorcel but inevitably on a short video filmed as an amateur, we can find ourselves paid in black. For others it would seem that porn actors are more often paid as stuntmen. The reason is historical, with the advent of porn cinema in the 70s, “real” actors refused to share the same status as porn actors. We therefore found them an intermediate status, that of stuntman who does not depend on the same regime and therefore the same salary scales…

Top 11 answers to questions about porn shoots

2. Does it sometimes happen that actresses like it a little bit?

To maintain the fantasy, many will tell you that yes it comes all the way. But let’s be serious for a minute. Porn consists of filming ball scenes in a “cinematic” way, which makes the possibility of having fun quite limited. Not to mention that a scene lasts a long time, the actresses do not survive without quantities of lubricants (and Biafine). And then obviously we don’t have any preliminaries that could arouse excitement, that’s not the goal. So no, sorry but porn pleasure is 99.9% simulated.

3. How long does it take to shoot a sex scene?

Of course it can vary and it depends on what the scene contains. On average, a scene corresponds to six positions and it can last between four and six hours. Sometimes up to twelve o’clock. You have to take your pain patiently.

Top 11 answers to questions about porn shoots

4. Are the porn photos taken from porn shoots?

Well no. All the photos you will see of a porn movie (on the cover for example) are taken before or after the shooting of the scene itself. You have to try to reproduce the positions of the film to perfection.

5. Are the technicians excited by what they see?

The testimonials that we have been able to find from porn technicians are quite formal. Even if the setting is atypical and the first shoots are quite surprising, they quickly disregard what is happening in front of their eyes. In the end, it’s a shoot like any other and the sound engineers don’t touch each other during a DP scene.

6. How is a script made? Like in the real movies?

Well yes and no. Finally more no than yes. Based on a classic Hollywood screenplay, the screenplay will be between 90 and 120 pages, whereas the screenplay for a porn movie rarely exceeds 25 pages. Logical since the ass scenes are just indicated and not scripted, they are the work of the director. As for the content of the story, since a porn movie mainly contains sex scenes, unless you make an 8 hour movie, you don’t have much time to develop the plot and the characters. Not to mention that the porn budget is reduced so the ambitions of sets, too. We will stay in the room, the office or the sofa preferably.

7. How much do actors earn?

Taboo subject par excellence. Anyway the salary of a porn actor depends on a lot of variables: fame, physique, specialties. On average, a sex scene will be paid between 300 and 800 euros (but again it’s an average), some scenes being much more profitable than others. At the same time it’s normal, the double penis does not require the same physical commitment as a blowjob for example. Though. The only certainty is that it is the only sector where women are better paid than men. YAY.

8. Do actors always wear condoms?

Delicate subject. In theory, wearing a condom is compulsory and is accompanied by an HIV test of less than three weeks. In reality, this is not always the case. It happens that for certain scenes, for example, the condom is cut so that it appears in the image (compulsory) but in the orifice. It’s purely practical, when you shoot a scene for several hours, the condom can cause burns despite the presence of lubricant. Not to be reproduced at home.

Top 11 answers to questions about porn shoots

9. How are the scenes shot on location?

It’s very simple, the scenes shot outdoors are almost non-existent and if necessary they are shot in a hurry since the porn directors generally do not obtain the authorizations.

10. Who cleans up all genital excrement?

It is called the dérameur or “fluffer”. At first he was there to help actors stay erect, but today it’s more of a job for make-up artists. They’re there to clean up the actors between takes so they don’t have to change position. Yum.

11. Why among the millions of girls I’ve seen in porn, isn’t there Sophie from 4th B who I fantasize about?

Just because you haven’t found it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t keep trying.

Top 11 answers to questions about porn shoots

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