A warm welcome to the 'world's first 3D porn movie'

A packed house in Hong Kong bathes in the joy of the world's first 3D porn movie, the artistically stimulating "3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy."

I am not sure what you did last night, but perhaps you did not manage to attend an artistic event of world significance.

Many people in Hong Kong did. And there are probably no words to describe the envy you will feel when you discover what you missed. For last night, moviegoers in one of enterprise's most pulsating outposts witnessed what was billed as the world's first 3D porn movie.

Please don't scream with anguish. Oh, that wasn't anguish?

Still, let me tell you that "3D Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy," according to Agence France-Presse, moved many to rapture.

So much so that movie theater entrepreneurs in Korea, Japan, and even the home of sexual repression, the United States, are reportedly interested in bringing the sensually surrounding visuals to their shores.

You will, no doubt, be keen to hear of the storyline.

One day, will all porn movies be 3D? CC Dave B/Flickr

Well, it's set in the times of the Ming Dynasty and the story revolves (and revolves) around an aristocrat upon whom it suddenly dawns that his ex-wife should still be his wife.

This might not sound the most promising beginning to multi-dimensional erotic satisfaction.

However, you will be relieved that, as he cogitates his nirvana, he is treated to all sorts of scenes involving orgies and swingers and chimpanzees on trampolines. (Oh, all right, there might not be any trampolines. Or chimps.)

The critics have reportedly not been entirely transported to higher emotions by this movie. However, what is most reassuring--especially for those who wish to bring this to Hollywood in a double 3DD feature with "Avatar"-- is that this movie is, at its heart, a love story.

I know that this news will excite so many as we enter our weekend. I know that there will be those who will immediately be booking a swift, unexpected, and vital business trip to Hong Kong.

Please feel free to report back on the contents of all your entrepreneurial encounters. We will need to be kept fully appraised of the progress that has been made in Hong Kong technological fleshpots.

 

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