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||IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 from 12 votes
||Release: 19 September 2013 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Biography, Drama
||Director: Andy Bellin,
||Stars: Adam Brody, Amanda Seyfried, Bobby Cannavale, Chloë Sevigny, Chris Noth, Debi Mazar, Eric Roberts, Hank Azaria, James Franco, Juno Temple, Peter Sarsgaard, Robert Patrick, Ron Pritchard, Sharon Stone, Wes Bentley
||Synopsis: The story of Linda Lovelace, who is used and abused by the porn industry at the behest of her coercive husband, before taking control of her life.
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It is debatable what differentiates a great film biography from the
rest. Arguably, a great biopic embraces the complexities of a person's
life while using storytelling to organize such intricacies. It makes
the film's subject all the more intriguing.
Poor and mediocre biopics either become blatantly overwhelmed by a
life's complications, or ignore them altogether. Unfortunately,
"Lovelace" chooses to ignore, and consequently misses greatness.
The woman who was born Linda Susan Boreman, and would later be better
known by her stage name, Linda Lovelace, lived a very complicated, and
devastatingly sad, life. This film centers on the real life Lovelace's
claims of being used and abused by her first husband, Chuck Traynor,
and being browbeaten into the pornography industry.
Lovelace's allegations of spousal abuse have been disputed by some, and
supported by others who knew her personally, but that's beside the
point. The film was right in basing its narrative solely on Lovelace's
side of the story, not getting bogged down by antipathetic
discrepancies. Still, there were crucial parts of her life the movie
should not have left out.
For instance, "Lovelace" strongly implies that "Deep Throat" was
Lovelace's first pornographic film (untrue) and her last (also untrue).
It doesn't mention a stag film in which she engages in bestiality with
In one of her four books (yes, she wrote four books), she claimed that
Traynor forced her to act in such movies, which would have made a good
case in this movie for how controlling Traynor was. After all, having
sex with a dog, especially on camera, is not an action in which most
would engage willingly.
I could go on about relevant moments of the real Lovelace's life that
this movie chose to ignore. However, the primary faults of "Lovelace"
lie not in what they left out, but in a questionable storytelling
structure where the filmmakers obviously tried to be too clever in
Basically, the first half of the film chronicles a 21-year-old, naive
Linda Boreman (Amanda Seyfried) who lives with her strict, Catholic
parents (Robert Patrick and a shockingly deglamorized, unrecognizable
Sharon Stone) in Florida. A charismatic, 27-year-old Chuck Traynor
(Peter Sarsgaard) spots Linda at a rollerskating rink and begins dating
While Traynor claims to own a bar and restaurant, young Linda doesn't
realize he dabbles in prostitution until after they are married, and
she bails him out of jail. Eventually, Traynor coerces her into
performing sexual acts on complete strangers for money before taking
her to audition for pornographic movies.
From here, the film chronicles the making of the notorious "Deep
Throat", the rise of Linda Lovelace, and does more than hint at the
unexpected cultural impact the film creates.
Halfway through, the film makes the mistake of jumping ahead six years
later (I guess circa 1980), and showing a visibly disheveled Linda
taking a lie detector test administered by a publisher (Eric Roberts)
in order to assess the validity of her marital abuse claims in her new
autobiography, "Ordeal". The film then jumps back 8 or 9 years to show
many of the same scenes over again, except adding footage at the end of
each scene actually showing Traynor physically and sexually abusing
Why go back and show these scenes? The lie detector scene would have
made a good narrative framework, especially since you see Amanda
Seyfried look so shockingly worn down. This is not the same doe- eyed,
blonde hottie from "Mamma Mia" (2008), or at least it doesn't look like
The point is, though, that going back and retreading all the scenes
feels like a waste of time. Considering the film's running time of 93
minutes, there is no excuse for retread, especially considering Sarah
Jessica Parker's well-publicized cameo as Gloria Steinem was cut out of
the film altogether.
However, casting was the film's main strength, which I initially
thought would be its weakness. I had my doubts about Seyfried
portraying Lovelace, considering that Seyfried is exceptionally
gorgeous, and the real Linda Lovelace was (Is there any way to say this
nicely?) not even close. Listing actresses in this review who bear a
stronger resemblance to the doomed porn starlet would probably be
insulting to them.
While Seyfried donned a shaggy brunette hairstyle and freckles to
deglamorize herself, she still looked a lot prettier than Lovelace on
her best day. Scenes such as low-level mobster Butchie Periano (Bobby
Cannavale) arguing that she is not attractive enough for the porno he
is financing appear consequently more dubious.
Still, Seyfried did well with what she was given. Her best scenes
include the lie-detection test, a surprisingly touching moment with an
unexpectedly cordial publicity photographer (Wes Bentley), and her
begging her emotionally cold mother for asylum from her abusive
husband. Another scene where she is raped by five men at Traynor's
behest shows little, but is still hard to watch.
While Peter Sarsgaard is effectively charismatic as Chuck Traynor, he
wasn't convincing enough during the abuse scenes. Every time he threw
Seyfried around, his face looked as though he would apologize to her
right after the directors yelled "Cut!".
Sharon Stone, as Dorothy Boreman, had the movie's best performance, and
not just because she is indistinguishable from her more glamorous
roles. The scene where she does anything but console a visibly
frightened Seyfried makes her eerily believable, and surprisingly
While the performances were well done, and "Lovelace" successfully
shied away from exploitation, it suffered from fractured storytelling,
awkward editing, and the vague epilogue implying that Lovelace's life
only improved before her untimely death in 2002 in a car crash. If you
watch the insightful documentary "Inside Deep Throat" (2005), or read
Joe Bob Briggs' excellent, astute retrospective on her life
you'll get a far more accurate, and grimmer, account of her life after
pornography. It's sad, dismal, and, as "Lovelace" proves, a story
Hollywood still does not want to tell.
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, Amanda Seyfried
, Bobby Cannavale
, Chloë Sevigny
, Chris Noth
, Debi Mazar
, Eric Roberts
, Hank Azaria
, James Franco
, Juno Temple
, Peter Sarsgaard
, Robert Patrick
, Ron Pritchard
, Sharon Stone
, Wes Bentley
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