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Thierry Hadorn
April 07, 2016
5/5 stars
Awesome. just wow. Thank you for your great work.

Thierry Hadorn
March 28, 2016
5/5 stars
Hello missy you really are the perfect wife and I love what you do, whether your musical tastes or your achievement. congratulations greetings from France

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
January 14, 2016
5/5 stars
wow

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 27, 2015
5/5 stars
I just discovered your work a few weeks ago on VImeo and I got completely hooked. I felt empathic, aroused and extremely moved by what you do, seriously, another chapter of erotica was opened in my life. Congratulations

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 27, 2015
5/5 stars
Your work is nicely entertaining and erotic. You are quite lovely and a real feast for the eyes

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
Sep 6, 2015
5/5 stars
My father never cheated on my mom (as far as I know) and yet this piece created a sense of catharsis. I don't know how you are doing this but your work is simply great :) I have been thinking a lot about this thing a lot lately and I would love to hear a line or two from you about this. The below is an excerpt from a book which I suppose you will find interesting (I hate sending long emails but this seems to be relevant ) Osho had said this in a book called Tao The Pathless Land: "Now this has to be understood: when a person goes mad it simply shows that he was the weakest link in the group in which he used to live for example, in a family. If the family is neurotic – as families are – then the person who is the weakest in the family will become neurotic. And through that person the whole neurosis of the family will start flowing. He will become the scapegoat. He may be weaker, he may be more fragile, he may be more sensitive than the others. He may be of a softer heart and a softer build. So the whole neurosis of the family will start flowing through him and the whole family will start calling him mad. And they will start thinking about taking him to the psychiatrist, to the institution. And he was helpful, he was a safety valve for the neurotic family. The family neurosis created the neurosis of the person because he was the most vulnerable in the family. Maybe he was the most intelligent, the most sensitive, the softest of them, so he became affected first. The others were more hard, more insensitive, more stone-like – he was more like a rose so he was crushed. Then he comes to the psychiatrist and the psychiatrist is ready to label him: he is a schizophrenic, or a manic-depressive, or this or that. He is labelled. The family is happy – they were right. And he cannot say anything because the family says he is mad and the people where he works say he is mad and now, finally, the psychiatrist confirms that he is mad." Are deviants (I count myself in) who express their deviance doing a sort of hidden service to the society? After watching this video I definitely feel a lot more saner than I usually do. Are you conscious of this effect your art has on people and do you believe in this safety valve theory?

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 13, 2015
5/5 stars
I love you and your work, but this one just had me all the way, the incredible work you did to sync the narrative, music and visuals throughout this work were evident. I think this is your best work yet. I felt engaged, but also sad when I realise what was going on in your life, and how that might have made you feel as a young girl. Thank you MJ and Max for all the colour you add to my world.

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 13, 2015
5/5 stars
Reactionist. Perhaps; but not in the Political sense. I sometimes wait as much as two minutes after watching one of your films before responding. You bowl 'em and I'll bat 'em. A modernist melodrama. A Narrative to nourish the curiosity is unfolding here; I sit in the audience and realise my jaw has dropped involuntarily whilst concentrating on your words. The girl without the dragon tattoo? The Swedish feel (is it just me?) of the piece. I could smell the burning pine needles. Or was it burnt toast. Perhaps I am having a stroke (no, lets not lower ourselves to that base sense of humour. It would not be becoming. tee hee). Sometimes I wonder at the minds of people like the late Wes Craven. Horrors upon horrors visualised then realised in film. At other times I realise that my imagination can think of far worse than will ever be allowed to be shown in cinema’s. That even a poor imagination like mine can think of unspeakable things. The human inventiveness for cruelty is frankly admirable in a sadistic way. That Schindler's List is gut wrenchingly sickening in its horror because it was true. What bullshit. None of us are normal and all of us are capable of the most outrageous acts of violence if we ever lose our grip on society, intelligence, emotion and perspecitve. What makes us human is that we can draw breath. Consider and compartmentalise. We can tie that particular balloon to the back of our chair and ignore it. As long as we are not indoctrinated. As long as the bar for normally has not been reset without us knowing. Then we are in deep shit sister. I meant what I said about tourists in London though. Stay sane. Its a crazy world out there. Alan

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 13, 2015
5/5 stars
I just want to say... I love the art you are creating. Thank YOU!

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 13, 2015
5/5 stars
Hey, I love your videos. From the visuals to the music to the editing - they're all superb! I'm definitely a fan of your work. Time to check out your site some more.

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 13, 2015
5/5 stars
Glad you did the opposite Missy,and took the walk. hugs

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 13, 2015
5/5 stars
Keep up the good work. ;-)

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 13, 2015
5/5 stars
Your films are a joy to watch. You are making sex a true art form. Thank you!

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 13, 2015
5/5 stars
`I will do it. I love all your work, you are just fantastic.

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 13, 2015
5/5 stars
Ahhh, nothing like a morning cup-o-joe, toast, and a new Missy J. film ! Seriously tho, that is some heavy stuff. But if you think about it, infidelity is at the crux of the human condition and quite a lot of crap kids have to suffer.

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 2, 2015
5/5 stars
great as always. keep on doing!

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 2, 2015
5/5 stars
I am a male 40+ executive..married with 3 kids. I haven't watched many episodes lately. I stayed present with "Voyeur" today. No matter where we come from, or who we are, your work captures the shame many of us carry in different ways...

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 2, 2015
5/5 stars
And Pink said 'you wore out your welcome with random precision', but my guess is that you were not blown on the steel breeze. More like a warm antipodean zephyr.

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 2, 2015
5/5 stars
Again, you continue to make something unique, important and courageous.

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 2, 2015
5/5 stars
Tragic & Beautifully Told

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 2, 2015
5/5 stars
The ... immaculate Missy Jubilee ... divine. Much respect Missy.

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 2, 2015
5/5 stars
I am a Portland resident, feminist, art historian, and psychology student. I believe that what Missy Jubilee is creating is relevant in the discourse of feminism, pornography, social commentary, art and psychology.

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 8, 2015
5/5 stars
I like beautifull girl like you. Your pics are very nice. thank you

Missy Jubilee. 053. Voyeur
September 8, 2015
5/5 stars
I will do it. I love all your work, you are just fantastic.