May 27, 2015
Amateur Porn Movie Industry Uncovered: Rashida Jones' Netflix 'Hot Girls Wanted' Documentary Tackles XXX World [Video]

Rashida Jones has removed the veil from the so-called "amateur porn" industry in her new documentary called Hot Girls Wanted, reports the New York Times. In it, viewers learn that girls at least 18 years of age and older can make $900 for five hours worth of -- distasteful though it may be judged -- sex work. The work seems to greatly outpace the $8.25 per hour they might make back home. But those amateur porn careers can be short lived, reveals the Hot Girls Wanted Netflix documentary, with girls lasting only a few months in the professionally filmed yet "amateur porn" titled movies. The new girls are often cast aside for newer girls, leaving the old "new" girls to make niche videos.

According to Jones, teen girls and women in their 20s are lured into the amateur porn industry with promises of riches, fame and fortune -- but the reality is something different, as reported by Today.

Hot Girls Wanted gained attention when it played at Sundance, and now the documentary is set for its Netflix debut on Friday, May 29.

One clip from Hot Girls Wanted shows a young woman who spoke of tucking in her nose ring and removing her other jewelry in order to adopt the character of a seemingly innocent and playful nymph type of young lady, clad in a short skirt with a girlish smile and behavior.The buzz on Twitter about the Hot Girls Wanted movie began heating up on Wednesday, when Rashida reached a fever pitch of press and promos about the documentary.The documentary promises to be a slightly objective yet scathing look in and of itself into an industry that's almost considered normal by today's standards. The moral and ethical implications of working in the amateur porn industry are dealt with in a vacillating, mothering manner, reports the New York Times in its review of the film.

As reported by the Inquisitr, Rashida recently deemed a new rule about wearing high heels on the red carpet in Cannes sexist.

[Image via Hot Girls Wanted on Netflix]