The Girl Next Door
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In 1995, Oklahoma housewife Stacy Baker sent a topless photo to Gallery, a men's magazine which printed it in their "Girl Next Door" feature. The photo prompted an invitation from Hustler to pose for a photo spread, which led to an offer to star in a porno movie, and Stacy soon left her husband, headed to Los Angeles, and never looked back. A few years later, she was making up to two thousand dollars for each sex scene she performed on camera. The Girl Next Door examines Stacy Valentine's new life and career as one of the leading stars in adult entertainment, as she explains… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 91%

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"As a behind-the-scenes life of the sex industry, you get the same fascinating bird's-eye view that Paul Thomas Anderson gave you in Boogie Nights."
‑ Desson Thomson, Washington Post
"The Girl Next Door shows porn star Stacy Valentine's fierce determination to do whatever it takes to succeed in her chosen profession. Director Fugate's accomplishment is to turn this Barbie doll caricature into a fully realized human being."
‑ Beth Accomando,
"Stacy Valentine, a Tulsa housewife turned centerspread and porno movie star, is anything but an ordinary girl."
‑ Elias Savada, Nitrate Online
"A day in the life of Stacy Valentine will take you to the movie set for a DP (double penetration), to the tanning salon, the plastic surgeon for numerous unncessary improvements, and the hypnotherapist."
‑ Marcy Dermansky,
"Intriguing if awkwardly stitched together... Girl doesn't... seem comfortable posing difficult questions but it does offer plenty to shake your head at."
‑ Brent Simon, Entertainment Today
"The most shocking part of the documentary is how Stacy really does seem like the innocent girl next door."
‑ Steve Rhodes, Internet Reviews
"The conclusions that cannot be drawn from The Girl Next Door are as thought-provoking as the ones that can--and perhaps more so."
‑ Carlo Cavagna,
"A playful, powerful, and very honest portrait of a profession we don't see all that often."
‑ David N. Butterworth,
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