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Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste

By Barbara Shulgasser-Parker, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

Start-up exposed as dangerous scam; sexual images, violence.

Movie NR 2022 89 minutes
Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste

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Quality documentary, especially if you'd like to be aware of cults.

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In Orgasm Inc: The Story of OneTaste, directors Sloane Klevin and Sarah Gibson present a clear and skeptical view of Nicole Daedone's OneTaste. They first depict how it might have seemed an attractive "wellness" choice for seekers and then reveal the dark underbelly of the operation. They allow Daedone's upbeat lectures to speak for themselves but gradually an array of her well-spoken financial and psychological victims offer another view, casting a retrospective sinister shadow on Daedone's goals.

By film's end, there's no doubt that with the golden tongue of a snake oil salesman, Daedone had a gift for targeting people's weak spots and exploiting them for the sake of power and wealth. A few days before the Netflix release, former members and employees filed a lawsuit regarding what they describe as "stolen" video images, demanding those images be redacted, which may explain the appearance of many blurred faces. The lawsuit cites images depicting "intimate body parts and acts of sexual intercourse," and "nudity and intimate touching as part of instruction … and methods."

Movie Details

  • On DVD or streaming: November 5, 2022
  • Directors: Sarah Gibson , Sloane Klevin
  • Inclusion Information: Female directors
  • Studio: Netflix
  • Genre: Documentary
  • Run time: 89 minutes
  • MPAA rating: NR
  • Last updated: February 17, 2023

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