G-Spotting

(2011)
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This fun and witty documentary feature seeks to answer the decades-old question of whether the G-spot (named after German gynecologist Ernest Grafenberg) is a myth or reality. The film also tackles the question of its location within the female genitalia. Sparked by a study written by Andrea Burri (King’s College, London) in which she denounces the physical existence of a G-spot, narrator Ségolène Hanotaux sets out to interview numerous authors, citizens, subject experts, geneticists, and therapists about the subject matter thus sparking a renewed interest in this debatable arena.

  1. Segolene Hanotaux

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  2. Gilles Bovon

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  1. Ségolène Hanotaux

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  • January 1, 2011
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 0h 52m

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