It needs to be said that if you have not seen BuckleRoos (the film this documentary is based on) before you view this documentary, your first viewing experience might be a little... distracting! The film is very frank when it comes to the subject matter dealt with, and nudity and outrageousness abound. It however has great replay value, in that as the initial distraction of voyeurism subsides, you really grow to admire and appreciate the personalities who make up the cast of the film. They are human beings doing something very human, although some of them seem surer of why they do what they do than others. I am unsure if I would ever like to own BuckleRoos on DVD, although I would be less sceptical going into it than I would if I bought any random pornographic film, unsure of the conditions and intentions that went into making it. This documentary might be more rewarding in that there is an emphasis on the erotic, rather than something made to provide instant gratification.