Orgasm: The Faces of Ecstasy is a 2004 release from Blank Tapes and LIBIDO Films that set out to answer the question, ”What does the face of human arousal look like?” They interviewed 22 people, aged 22-68, in the San Francisco Bay Area and then asked them to have orgasms for the cameras. They told all the participants they would be shot only from the shoulders up. Some came alone, some with partners. This is a record of their experiences -- an intensely intimate yet non-explicit exploration of human sexual response. Available both in DVD and VHS formats. Approximately one hour, plus a full hour of additional footage including the original 9-minute Faces of Ecstasy, a short film made by Joani Blank in 1996.