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Filmmaker Lacy Burke: Porn Stars Enraged Over Documentary That Teaches Men How to Mind Control Over Women

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LOS ANGELES– First time filmmaker Lacy Burke wanted to use porn stars in his documentary for one reason — “porn stars could never be considered naive or inexperienced,” says Burke.

The documentary demonstrates to audiences, presumably male audiences, how to use mind control techniques to influence women and manipulate their choices.

“Of course these techniques will work on the average girl at your local bar. I wanted to use porn stars because they are savvy. If mind control tactics work on them, then they will work on any woman,” Burke explains.

According to Burke, porn stars Victoria White and Charlie Laine tell a different story. Both women declined to be interviewed, but their opinion of the documentary “Car Date” is clear from their messages on Twitter, Facebook and other social media.

“It appears that they regret having participated in the film. What isn’t clear is why. It seems inane, but could it be possible that even porn stars can feel used and taken advantage of?” says Burke.

Burke states that after a screening of the film, it is clear why White and Laine are offended and even resentful. When he hired the girls, Burke did not tell them that the film was meant to demonstrate methods of mind control.

“If I had told them what I was up to, it would have ruined the whole experiment,” Burke said with a devilish grin on his face. For about 50 minutes, audiences see the girls reacting to Burke, but it is through voiceovers and subtitles, added later in the editing phase of production, that Burke reveals which mind control techniques he is using and shows us how the girls’ behavior falls right in line.

Despite the porn stars feeling exploited, this documentary is getting big reactions from audiences and positive feedback from heavy-hitters in the porn industry, such as Wicked Pictures.

There are moments in this film that make you cringe, moments that make you think and, admittedly, moments that you file away under “I’ve got to remember this…that was brilliant.” The film is controversial, but it is also original, cheeky and unapologetically bold. A mixture of Taxi-Cab Confessions and The Game, this documentary is a powerful glimpse into the minds of women and the methods men can use to influence them.

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