A Flor de Piel

A Flor de Piel is an experimental short film in the post-porn genre, which was entirely shot using an analog 35mm rangefinder camera.

The film's title is a Spanish idiom that literally means “like the flower of skin“. The expression refers to the outward display of one's emotions and is similar to the English phrase “wearing one's heart on one's sleeve“.

Directed and produced by Andor Polgar (he/him) @andorcover; Cast: Sick Ducks (she/her) @sick.ducks, Ju GomA (they/them) @goma_moves; Music and mixing: Andrew Visser (he/him) @onevennn

🌿 Official Selection - Porn Film Festival Vienna 2023 🌿 Official Selection - Brussels Porn Film Festival 2023 🌿 Official Selection - Post Porn Film Festival Warsaw 2023 🌿 Official Selection - Athens Porn Film Festival 2023 🌿 Official Selection - Hacker Porn Film Festival Rome 2023 🌿 Official Selection - Natural Instincts Festival 2023 🏆 Best Erotic Short Film - Erotic & Bizarre Art Film Festival 2022 🏆 Best Erotic Short Film - Hallucinea Film Festival 2022


  • 16th of December 2022 20:00 🎦 OCHO Y MEDIO 📍 Plaza Sta. Teresa, 15, Alicante, Spain
  • 7th of April 2023 23:00 🎦 Trenta Formiche 📍 Via del Mandrione, 3, Roma, Italy
  • 15th of April 2023 16:00 🎦 Schikaneder 📍 Margaretenstraße 22-24, Wien, Austria
  • 28th of April 2023 21:00 🎦 Trenta Formiche 📍 Via del Mandrione, 3, Roma, Italy
  • 5th of May 2023 19:00 🎦 Cinéma Aventure (Salle 2) 📍 Rue des Fripiers 15, Bruxelles, Belgium
  • 26th of May 2023 16:00 🎦 Delphi Arthaus Kino Tübinger Straße 6, Stuttgart, Germany
  • 27th of May 2023 TBD 🎦 Fiesta Murcia sin tabús 📍 Plaza de los Patos, Vistabella, Murcia, Spain
  • 3rd of June 2023 18:00 🎦 Romantso 📍 Anaxagora 3, Athens 105 52, Greece

Some technical details: the entire motion picture was shot on 30 rolls of Ilford HP5 Plus film, they were developed by hand in Ilford ID-11. Most of the rolls were push processed by 1 or 2 exposure values.

Lenses used: Zeiss ZM 50mm F/2.0 Planar T* and Zeiss ZM 35mm F/2.0 Biogon T*, Camera: Leica M6 TTL (1984).

The frames were digitized by re-photographing them from the negatives using a Nikon D780 DSLR camera with a Sigma 105mm f/2.8 EX DG OS HSM macro lens.

The individual frames were edited in Lightroom, and then stitched together with FFmpeg. The excessive amount of dust and dirt was transferred onto the film during the digitization process.