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From her Twitter:

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#DannyTrejo and I at the Modus Operandi premiere a few weeks ago. Photo by Ian Cinnamon.

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HBO Documentary Films' ''Teenage Paparazzo'' Premiere in West Hollywood - September 21, 2010




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Sasha Grey appears on a Playboy cover and they sideline her by using such garish wording that you're blinded by it. They could have gone for a black-red gothic colour scheme, a hint of blood, magic and strange materials - like that curious background that looks like it's a giant satanic golf ball - because this is a girl who should be taking her Playboy cover to the extreme, but no, it looks like a flyer for a Mexican restaurant. A topless one.

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She will be in the show in one of the later episodes, not in the first two that aired already.
She was in several episodes after the first two - she plays Vincent Chase's love interest.

I hadn't heard of her before seeing her on the show, but she plays herself on the show. At first I didn't see the appeal... but as I see her more onscreen I can see that is pretty beautiful.

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I've never heard of this girl until this thread. She certainly is very pretty.

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Here's the interview from this issue (playboy.com):

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Sasha Grey has made a career out of defying expectations. In 2006, at the age of 18, she left home and moved to Los Angeles. Some parents might be concerned their little girl might stray over into the San Fernando Valley and its porn-production culture, but Grey's parents had no cause for worry. Their little girl had gone there with the specific desire to get into porn, and had told them so. That year, Grey won Best Newcomer at the AVN awards, the adult industry's highest honors. Using that as a springboard, the tiny Ms. Grey took the porn world by storm, starring in 180 productions during the four years she's been in the business. At the tender age of 21, she was picked by Steven Soderbergh to play the lead role of a high-priced prostitute in his film The Girlfriend Experience. Later that same year, she started her own web site, sashagrey.com, with the unabashed desire to, as she puts it, "remake the industry in my image."

PLAYBOY: Your Lolita-inspired photo shoot in our December issue is stunning, and Richard Kern is a master, but you're a creative person yourself. When youíre starring in someone elseís work does it make you itch to be calling the shots yourself?

GREY: It definitely does. This shoot was Richard's, but itís a great challenge when you arrive to a set to do something you donít normally do. They put me in clothes and hair and makeup that I probably would never wear, but itís fun because youíre playing. Lately Iíve been getting my creative kicks shooting a lot of my own stuff. Iíll think of set designs and weíll build them, sometimes something I thought of the night before. Itís fun to be able to do that and not feel constrained.

PLAYBOY: How does a Playboy shoot compare to a porn shoot?

GREY: With Playboy you get better hair and makeup. It was a nice change to be using people from the fashion world for that. But really in terms of photography and video, I think the adult industry is further behind than it ever has been. Stylistically weíre in a real rut. We still paint girlís faces with too much blush and too much foundation and tease their hair and everybody has to overexpose every photo they take and it all looks the same. You could take pictures of me and replace my head with another girlís and people would never know. Thereís a lack of creativity and personal touch. And nobody wants to challenge that idea.

PLAYBOY: But porn is a market-driven industry, no? Isn't the adult industry just giving people what sells? Is the rut due to uncreative producers or uncreative consumers?

GREY: I donít think people always know what they want until itís given to them. I just create stuff that I would want to see. And Iím trying to get to a point where the only person Iím working for is myself. Thatís why I started my own company. Weíve finished several movies now. The fifth is my favorite. It's called Cold, Black Water and comes out in November.

PLAYBOY: In the past you've described your work as performance art. Do you consider what you do pornography?

GREY: It's both. And it depends on how you define pornography.

PLAYBOY: Do you have a personal definition?

GREY: I think 80 percent of what we see on television is pornographic. And this is the same thing that Larry Flynt and Hugh Hefner were talking about when they started out. Weíre in wars and we watch people get killed and there are video clips of people being beheaded on the Internet, but we laugh and joke about that. At the same time weíre still so sexually repressed. But somehow the violence is more acceptable. People complain about adult film, but Iím much more worried about people becoming numb to violence than numb to sex.

PLAYBOY: But how do you define pornography?

GREY: I donít. Itís not something I care to define.

PLAYBOY: In that case, why not define your work purely as art?

GREY: Because some of it's porn. And I donít think thatís a negative. Itís like junk food. We all need a little McDonald's once in a while. Itís cheap and easy and available and it might not be the best, but it gets the job done.

PLAYBOY: Youíre starting to direct your own stuff. Which directors have influenced you most?

GREY: Catherine Breillat and Gerard Damiano. Damiano didnít care about money, he didnít care about anything, he just wanted to make art films with sex. And he made Deep Throat, one of the most famous porn movies in the world. I also love Goddard, [John] Cassavetes and Michael Mann.

PLAYBOY: Do you consider yourself a feminist?

GREY: Yes and no. I feel like the term ďfeministĒ has become so watered down that it's almost become meaningless.

PLAYBOY: Do you feel like there are parts of the industry that are demeaning to women?

GREY: Yes, but it primarily has to do with the business side of the equation. The days of ďI was pressured into doing thisĒ and so forth, those horror stories aren't such a big problem anymore. There are always going to be damaged people and problem areas, but thatís not the entire industry. I think people are more manipulated financially. Sure women get paid more than men as performers, but men control the entire back end. And most of the time performers don't get residuals. It's a day rate and that's it.

PLAYBOY: Youíve gone the route of starting your own company. Is that the answer to the financial manipulation?

GREY: Itís either that or start a union and I donít see that happening any time soon.

PLAYBOY: Do you have ambitions outside the adult industry?

GREY: Well my book comes out in December. It's photo-heavy, but there's a decent amount of text in there by me. I didn't want it to be just, ďthis photo is from this day on this setĒ because that gets boring real quick. So itís more about my sex philosophy.

PLAYBOY: What is your sex philosophy?

GREY: Well if I tell you now you wonít buy my book!

PLAYBOY: You seem like a different kind of porn star than people are used to.

GREY: I'd like to believe that I evoke a different idea of what an adult star is supposed to be. I think society is often uneasy with young women who present both their sexuality and intellect. In one respect I am happy to have the ability to shine a positive light on our sexual freedom, but most female celebrities who are considered sex symbols aren't thought of as strong individuals intellectually. Men like Matt Damon and George Clooney are thought of as both. I would like to see that shift.

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Here's the second photoshoot, much more in keeping with the mood of the cover (playboy.com via thebeergoggler.com):
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thank u for the pictures and the intervies

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She looks cool. But she has too much clothes on

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So it wasn't a wig, she actually cut her hair?
Looks very Japanese but I guess it's nice... you know, for a change.

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I'm intrigued by why someone seemingly as intelligent as she is would ever go into porn.

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