One assumes that the Kink people are mad at the gov’mint and this is their way of showing it:
‘Cause I seem to recall flags of area governments being flown all the time…
This is news to me.
Apparently, this to-be-released film was 100% Filmed in San Francisco.
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Kink.com in the Mission!
James Franco, the young San Francisco lawyer (apparently employed, this is Hollywood after all) takes Cherry to the roof of Medjul:
Hey, it’s Dev Patel from Slumdog Millionaire
Whose streets? Our streets! You can’t fake this kind of verite in a Hollywood back lot:
Oh, Cherry crashes her Audi at some point. An official SFPD Harley is in that scene.
And here’s Mel’s Drive In in the background:
And here’s the trailer:
Famous San Francisco writer Matt Smith is the cause of a boycott call in the Castro District due to his Whipped and Gagged piece, the one that dealt with Kink.com, aka Cybernet Entertainment, LLC. Matt’s article seemed perfectly cromulent, but some disagree.
Irregardless, here’s one of the flyers from Castro Street betwixt 17th and 18th.
Well it’s July 14, so it must be time for another Bastille Day in San Francisco. Peter Acworth‘s Kink.com famously makes pornography at the old San Francisco National Guard Armory and Arsenal down in the Mission district, but they’re never too busy to let a holiday go by without hoisting some huge flags for the occasion.
And anyway, efforts like this might serve to tamp down some of the criticism from the neighbours.
Get over to Belden Alley in the Financial District (“the financh”) sometime today to get in on the fun.