This is the original notorious documentary about porn star Annabel Chong, who achieved the first world record for taking the most sexual partners in one day.
The film was nominated for the 1999 Sundance Grand Jury Prize and wowed audiences around the world.
It’s a revealing documentary that covers two years in the life of Annabel Chong (nee Grace Quek). As Quek, she is a feminist who is receiving her bachelor’s degree at the University of Southern California.
As Chong, she is a porn actress who breaks a world record by having sex with two hundred fifty-one men in a ten hour span. The conflicting personas of Quek/Chong eventually come to blows, resulting in an emotional reunion with her mother in her native Singapore.
We find that Annabel saw this feat as an empowering act, a step forward in her self-styled feminist movement.
Singapore Girl Anabelle Cheong – The Annabel Chong Story
Sex: The Annabel Chong Story is a 1999 documentary film directed, filmed, and produced by, Canada-based producer Gough Lewis. Edited by co-creator Kelly Morris. Vancouver, B.C. Producer Peter Carr.
The film profiles porn star Annabel Chong (born Grace Quek), a gender studies student at the University of Southern California, who was also an adult actress who was famous for setting a world gang bang record in January 1995. A video of this event was released under the title The World’s Biggest Gang Bang.
Annabel Chong (born 22 May 1972) is the stage name of a Singaporean-born American former pornographic film actress who became famous after starring in an adult film that was promoted as The World’s Biggest Gang Bang. The film was commercially successful and started a trend of “record-breaking” gang bang pornography. Four years later Chong was the subject of the documentary Sex: The Annabel Chong Story, in which she was interviewed about her pornography career. Academically gifted, she majored in Fine Arts and subsequently qualified in web applications development, before retiring from the adult industry completely in 2003.