Some of the feedback on this is quite interesting. Frankly, I found it very enjoyable as a Bettie fan. Many viewers have commented on whether Bettie and her entourage were as naive, warm and likeable as they are portrayed. Who knows, but why should they not be? Pornography is a business like any other, and indeed quite a lucrative one. Perhaps there is a hidden McCarthy in everyone? The shifting of black and white to colour and back was a good move, to contrast the feel good factor of the 50s wholesome pin up and the dark side that many men of the day favoured but would not overtly admit to. If you have seen any original Page footage, you will be pleased with the accuracy to detail. It was good that all Bettie's media was explored - from the Playboy beach and jungle shots of Bunny Yaegar to the under the counter bondage and fetish market supplied by Irving and Paula Klaw, endorsed by the eccentricly pervy John Willie! Gretchen Mol is, as Bettie was, not just a pretty face and good body. The anti-smut campaigns are also entertaining in that they truly capture the stuffiness and hypocritical nature of this era (e.g that generic cheesecake featured on the shelves whilst "something different" lurked beneath the counter! The costumes were beautiful also. Oh, what's not to like????