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HBO's New Show About the Porn Industry Is Like 'Boogie Nights' Meets 'The Wire'
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The series' pilot began filming in October and was commissioned in January The Deuce features a large ensemble cast including James Franco playing twins, and Maggie Gyllenhaal as an ambitious sex worker who becomes a film director. It tells the story of the Golden Age of Porn , the legalization and rise of the porn industry in New York City that began in the s. Themes explored include government and police corruption, the violence of the drug epidemic and the real-estate booms and busts that coincided with the change. The show's title is derived from the nickname for 42nd Street between Seventh Avenue and Eighth Avenue.
By Anthony D'Alessandro. For her, porn is art. She is liberated, without an oppressor, and can now ascend in the film industry without any hitches. Darlene is also free of her pimp, through mutual accord. Street worker Loretta Sepideh Moafi has also seen the positive examples around her and is leaving hooking behind for a bar-tending gig.