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Pornographic films are generally classified into subgenres which describe the sexual fantasy which the film and actors attempt to create.
Subgenres can also be classified into the characteristics of the performers or the type of sexual activity on which it concentrates and not necessarily on the market to which each subgenre appeals.
For broader coverage of this topic, see Pornography.
Today, pornographic films can be sold or rented on DVD, shown through Internet streaming and special channels and pay-per-view on cable and satellite, and in rapidly disappearing adult theaters.Such films continued to be produced but could only be distributed by underground channels.Because the viewing of such films carried a social stigma, they were viewed at brothels, adult movie theaters, stag parties, at home, in private clubs and also at night cinemas.According to Patrick Robertson's Film Facts, "the earliest pornographic motion picture which can definitely be dated is A L'Ecu d'Or ou la bonne auberge" made in France in 1908.
The plot depicts a weary soldier who has a tryst with a servant girl at an inn.In Austria, cinemas would organise men-only theatre nights (called Herrenabende) at which adult films would be shown.