Sebastian Bleisch

Sebastian Bleisch

German writer and director of adult films
Date of Birth: 10.06.1957
Country: Germany

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  1. Biography of Sebastian Bleisch
  2. Below is an incomplete filmography of Sebastian Bleisch:

Biography of Sebastian Bleisch

Sebastian Bleisch (born Norbert Bleisch on June 10, 1957, in Schwerin) is a German writer and director of gay pornographic films. He started his career as a novelist, publishing books such as "Loss of Control" (Kontrollverlust) in 1988, "Lord Müll" in 1990, and "Fourth Germany" (Viertes Deutschland) in 1992. In 1990, Bleisch began managing a school video club in Schwerin, where he started filming amateur experimental videos with students.

The videos quickly took on an erotic nature, and Bleisch sent a compilation of the most explicit scenes to the GERO studio in Düsseldorf, the largest distributor of gay porn in Europe. The studio offered him a contract, paying him 7000 Deutsche Marks for each 60-minute film, with the condition that each film featured five new models. Over the next five years, Bleisch directed 60 pornographic films, featuring over 160 models aged 14 to 18 (including 18 girls).

On September 16, 1996, Bleisch was arrested during the shooting of one of his films. On May 20, 1997, he was sentenced to two and a half years in prison for involving underage teenagers (under 16 years old) in his films. The case of Bleisch was the subject of a book called "The Oscar Wilde of Schwerin" (Der Oscar Wilde von Schwerin) by two German journalists.

Below is an incomplete filmography of Sebastian Bleisch:

- Die Knabenburg (The Boys' Castle) - his first commercial film released in 1991.
- Pfadfinderschlacht (Scouts' Battle)
- Blumenbengel (Flower Pranksters)
- Die Boys vom Bahnhof (The Boys from the Station)
- Boy-Kidnapping
- Steinzeitbengel (Stone Age Pranksters)
- Sperma Service
- Rembrandt Jr.
- New Golden Boys #51, 52, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 62, 78 (New Golden Boys)

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