This Completely NSFW Video Called "Mine" from GQ Spain Was Inspired by 50 Shades of Grey

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Well, this is certainly not what I expected to run across today. GQ Spain proposed a film to director Álvaro de la Herrán inspired by the characters of the book "50 Shades of Grey." What results is incredibly NSFW (seriously, it's super sexual), but still quite beautiful. I have to say I'm a huge fan of how it was shot. The lighting is gorgeous. But we have to ask, where does fashion end and porn begin? The line is becoming rather foggy.

The video is called "MINE" but is being touted as #FashionPorn by Xpose.cz. I kind of agree with their hashtag, maybe more the latter half of it.

Director: Álvaro de la HerránShe: Marina JamiesonHe: Garrett NeffD.O.P: Jose Luis SalomónStylism: Inma Barandica & María M. FollaMake-up & Hair: Mauro SaccocciniMusic & Sounds: Your Nemesis (aurophonic.com)Sound Designer: Steve MillerGQ Fashion Director: Sara Padilla

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Rebecca Britt's picture

And folks that's what Christian Grey should look like. *swoon*

Jon Sharman's picture

Well, much as I appreciate the mid-afternoon erection, I don't really understand what this is doing on fstoppers. Other than being a hit generator, of course.

Yeh.... the lighting is sooo gorgeous and how beautifully it was shot. LOL!

The nipple peak is a nice touch. Very evokative.

I actually don't see why people who don't understand the immediate relationship between cinematography and photography are on Fstoppers. Other than trying to look intelligent on the internet, of course. =)

Pause the movie above and look at it as a still. That's why it's on Fstoppers.

Jon Sharman's picture

Amazingly poor assumption there, Bert.

You can go to Vimeo, close your eyes, and randomly click a video and you'll find something with fantastic lighting, composition, creativity, and direction.

You know there's a lot we could learn from the way cumshots are lit, perhaps we should post them all over Fstoppers.

Oh wait, Corey basically did and that's why he's fired. At least for implying they were cumshots.

Sounds like a good idea Burt, but would your personal collection of 'inspiration' fit on just one website?

Maybe because Facebook promotes every little thing to any body to see who bites. Are you serious? It's called marketing. I admit I know nothing, but I'm here to learn and appreciate. Just breathe Bert. It's okay.

Von Wong's picture

I quite enjoy finding this here. It's cinematography, it's different and newsworthy. I don't understand why people feel the need to complain. Don't like it, don't click on it and move on. Run your own website if you don't like how they're running theirs.

Jon Sharman's picture

Ahhhh look, someone with an opinion telling someone else not to have an opinion. Genius. Really. /sarcasm

Who said I don't like how they run fstoppers? I love this site. I don't like their occasional hit generating posts like this one, or "Photography Is Dead."

Von Wong's picture

I'm commenting on the video (and of course your comment). You're criticizing how the folks are running their website. Difference.

Jon Sharman's picture

You commented on my post, and it was neither good nor encouraging, you still did it. My post wasn't offensive or mean, it's my opinion. This isn't church on a Sunday, we can all be honest.

Von Wong's picture

I'm defending/encouraging the post/author and website.

I have my own blog and know how much work and effort it takes to actually maintain something like this and think it's worth mentioning.

To be fair, your post wasn't particularly vilifying but it was the first on the list and my reply wasn't specifically targeted towards you, but anyways.

Jon Sharman's picture

There's no need to defend the website, there was no attack from me. I know a lot of work and effort go into this site too, and I appreciate it.

Any post tagged NSFW garners more hits, which increases exposure, which increases ad revenue. I get why they do it. I just think it cheapens what they do. If this was a behind-the-scenes article about HOW they lit the video, I'd feel completely differently about it.

With all the publicity Von Wong has received from Fstoppers I'm surprised he didn't defend the infamous "women don't like to swallow" article.

oh yes behind the scene videos! i second that!

Dude, sometimes you're a total ass.

First I just thought it was some random troll comment up here, then when I saw your name attached to it I recoiled in fear. I really hope you were honestly hacked.

Just because you're successful being a goofy idiot, doesn't mean you get to be an ass to people who are not as successful as you.

Get it. And grow up.

For posterity, this would be Mr Von Wong's response to other disappointments in life.

Paula Deen - Don't listen to her N word and move on.

The CEO of Chick Fil A - well if he doesnt support your right to be married just pretend he doesnt exist and he'll just go away!

If anyone in an inner city witnessed unnecessary brutality - JUST MOVE ON THEY DESERVED IT!

These are all things that would reflect not only living in a bubble, but spending your entire life deaf to the worries and problems of others.

Really, Mr Von Wong. Grow a pair, and just simply grow. up.

He's entitled to his grown up opinion just like you are of yours. Regardless of whether or not you're defending all the innocent folks at fstoppers (who clearly have no ability to speak on their own behalf if they feel slighted...)

Fortunately, your trolling isn't going to change the fact that this DOES belong here.

Please leave the internet now. You obviously can't handle it.

Jon Sharman's picture

Oh Dave, don't be an idiot. I didn't say anything rude or mean, just an opinion.

Sarcastic and pretentious = being rude.

PS, When Von Wong speaks, you listen.

Jon Sharman's picture

I did listen. Then I replied.

Pretentious? Where? I didn't realize people were so sensitive. Even Von Wong conceded that there was nothing vilifying about my post.

Don't worry Jon, some nincumpoops mark disagreeing with their all knowing viewpoint as either trolling or pretension, having no experience with either, beyond their own.

Carry on, and as always, Jon, do remember not to feed the trolls, if you will.

Jon Sharman's picture

Cheers mate - I didn't think I was out of line with my original comment, I was a little surprised by the reaction of these very few people!

You are a moron! Who the hell is Von Wong that we have to listen? You obviously have some self esteem problems if you hold him in such high regard as to not question him.. pfft.

As an opinion, i think youre opinions are a just that, opinions. They dont matter to many people. I dont think they sit in a board room and think to themselvs how to generate more revenue and come up with the idea to post a nudie video. I think you need to calm down and just read the site when you want to.

Jon Sharman's picture

I'm perfectly calm mate, I made a very soft post and then spent the rest of my time having to defend myself from people like you.

You are likely very small minded, and I doubt even the most basic of college educated, because people like you attack the character of people they disagree with, not the points.

It would be incredibly ironic if you were even aware of what that word means.

Personally I don't care for the content and I think this is too far "fashion" wise HOWEVER I love the lighting and it is well done and I can admire that, so I def agree with you that if you don't want to see it don't check it out or if you are uncomfortable in the first 5-10 seconds, stop watching it LOL
But it is well done I can give it that

I am "loving" the Von Wong hate here, jealous much? Geez...

is she single?

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