Porn star Annabel Chong civilian name: Grace Quek briefly made headlines in by participating in "The World's Biggest Gang-Bang," during which she had sex on camera with men in 10 hours. It's hard to say which is more disturbing: Quek's detached and dogmatic analysis of her motivations, or the fact that her record was quickly and repeatedly broken Sign up and add shows to get the latest updates about your favorite shows - Start Now. Keep track of your favorite shows and movies, across all your devices.
During a ten-hour period in January, , porn actress Annabel Chong had sex with men in front of cameras. This documentary tells the story of that day and connects it to Chong's life as a student at USC and as the daughter of a middle-class Chinese couple in Singapore. Annabel talks to the camera about her decisions; the camera also follows her to an AIDS test after the world-record-setting sex fest and home to Singapore, where she visits her parents who do not know about her profession and friends and professors who do. Should she tell her mother?
On January 19, , Annabel Chong, a twenty-two-year-old masters student in gender studies, embarked on a marathon crusade to secure fame, notoriety, and a permanent place in the hallowed halls of fornication. Her feat: having sex with men over the course of one ten-hour day, doubling the record set by a sex worker in Amsterdam. What motivates a woman to engage in the "world's largest gang bang" and who this woman is comprise the subject of this fascinating, disturbing, and intensely provocative documentary. Cliches define female porn stars as typically deluded and self-destructive, victimized by the patriarchy that controls the industry and consumes its product. Such stereotyping assumes a state of disempowerment that Annabel Chong, an unrepentant, self-styled feminist, defensively denies.