Sex, Lies and Aliens (1997) - Watch Online. Directed by Norman Hull

IMDb rating
7/10
Director    
Writers Marcus Sulley
Cast                
Country UK
Runtime 52 min
Plot Fascinating insight into the sleazy world of Britain's most notorious tabloid newspaper, The Daily Sport, owned by media mogul David Sullivan. This documentary concentrates on the newspaper's attempts to bring big breasted porn model Lolo Ferrari over from France for a publicity stunt.... search for Sex, Lies and Aliens on IMDb

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    Directed by Norman Hull. With David Sullivan, Tony Livesey, Lolo Ferrari, Chris Quinten. Fascinating insight into the sleazy world of Britain's most notorious tabloid newspaper, The Daily Sport, owned by media mogul David Sullivan. This documentary concentrates on the ...

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