Director: Bryan Buckley Bedfellows: Melissa Rauch, Sebastian Stan The film Eight years after winning the world's heart at the Olympics, chirpy Ohio gymnast Hope Ann Greggory Rauch has soured into a toxic, desperate mess.
Why is it so groundbreaking? So we wanted to portray that, while remaining true to our show and showing sexual frustration.
The production originally presented itself like a straightforward, albeit sexy take on Roman history, but once production wrapped and director Tinto Brass and his acclaimed stars went home, Guccione sneaked back onto the set with a crew of Penthouse pets and filmed a bunch of orgiastic scenes featuring real, unsimulated sex and added them throughout the final film.
Yet it is still the most culturally prominent portrayal of a transgender man in American cinema despite the fact that it does not, in fact, star a transgender man.