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Hardcore Profits

Synopsis

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2/2. Tim Samuels continues his investigation into organisations that seem to be discreetly profiting from the sex industry. He also meets porn actors on set in America who talk about the pressure they're under to take part in increasingly hardcore acts and discovers that even adult-entertainment publisher Larry Flynt thinks the industry has now gone too far. Finally he travels to Rome where he has a heated interview with the head of a Catholic investment fund. Executive producers Stuart Cabb and Will Daws
Signed at 1.45am on BBC1

Contributors

Unknown: Tim Samuels
Unknown: Larry Flynt
Producers: Stuart Cabb






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