One of the earliest surviving pornographic films.
El Satario, also known as El Sartorio, is the name of one of the earliest surviving pornographic films. It was supposedly produced in Argentina in 1907 and included possibly the first use of extreme close-ups of genitalia. Others date it to 1930s Cuba. It has been suggested that the film is intended as a parody of Vaslav Nijinsky’s ballet Afternoon of a Faun.
While a group of young women are frolicking in the countryside, a satyr forces one woman to receive and perform oral sex and then have sex with him. Then the other women come and put him on a flight.
The Kinsey Institute dates the film between 1907 and 1912. Journalist Kurt Tucholsky described in a 1913 article his experience viewing several stag films in Berlin, one of which has a similar description to El Satario.
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