Real life voyeur movies

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Superficially, Gay Talese and Gerald Foos would seem to have nothing in common besides their age. The former is a veteran, celebrated New York writer: the impeccably dressed and highly influential pioneer of New Journalism. The latter is a former Colorado motel owner: a hot-tempered, heavyset man who lives in paranoid suburban seclusion. Directors Myles Kane and Josh Koury spent years with these men, documenting their unlikely friendship and mutual fascination.

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Gerald Foos

Call Netflix Netflix. Voyeur 12 1h 35m Documentary Films. Legendary journalist Gay Talese unmasks a motel owner who spied on his guests for decades. But his bombshell story soon becomes a scandal of its own.
And now, the story of two men working on the story of a man working on the story of a man who liked to watch people have sex. Warring perspectives are everywhere, as two comparably unreliable narrators clash through layers upon layers of subjectivity. The trailer slims down the concept to its innermost layer and offers that as the whole: Master journalist Gay Talese made contact with a strange fellow named Gerald Foos, who had spent upwards of two decades spying on and pleasuring himself to the visitors of his motel in Aurora, Colorado.