Academy Award-winning producer Brian Grazer teams with acclaimed directors Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato on the new motion-picture documentary Inside Deep Throat. The documentary examines the unanticipated lasting cultural impact generated by Deep Throat, a porno first shown in a midtown Manhattan adult theater in 1972 that quickly became the flashpoint for an unprecedented social and political firestorm. It became a cultural phenomenon at the moment when the nation’s movements of sexual liberation, equal rights and questioning authority demanded a combustible focus.
The barely one-hour long adult title became compulsory viewing for millions worldwide, and an individual’s fascination or repulsion identified his or her place in the cultural shifts of the time. The movie's star, Linda Lovelace (Boreman), was rocketed to international stardom only later to state that she was forced into it! She was killed in a car crash in 2002.