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Watch The Nightmarish Video Miley Cyrus Submitted To The NYC Porn Film Festival

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Miley Cyrus Tongue Tied video

Miley Cyrus hasn't really done much lately besides pretending to date Patrick Schwarzenegger and posting weird photos on her Instagram account. She must have figured it was about time people pay attention to her again, because she submitted a video to the NYC Porn Film Festival. Yes, that's a thing. It's presented by Pornhub and will be held the weekend of February 27. You know, in case you were wondering.

If you ask me, the video Miley submitted isn't exactly porn. It does of course feature nudity and bondage, but nothing to really clutch your pearls over. I've seen Miley do raunchier things. But just because it's not explicit doesn't mean the video isn't the stuff of nightmares. And not nightmares dressed like daydreams. Just plain nightmares. The short film is called Tongue Tied, and it was originally released last May. It played during Miley's Bangerz tour. If you're wondering whether the film festival founder Simon Leahy has anything pretentious to say about it, he does. He calls it “a pop take on S&M.”

The video is two-and-a-half minutes of Miley tied up, sticking her tongue out, wearing creepy masks, sporting tape over her nipples, and crawling naked across the ground with flowers on her ass. Special effects make it look like her face is splitting apart at one point, which I did not enjoy. Then she ends up covered in what looks like crude oil. In between all of that she pretty much just mugs for the camera and moves her head around like she's trying to get rid of a crick in her neck. I will say her hair looks fabulous. And… that's about the only positive feedback I have, sorry.

You can watch the video below. I don't even know whether to say it's NSFW or not. I guess? Just err on the side of caution and wait until you get home. Or just never watch it. That's an option as well, and your dreams will thank you.

Update: A rep for Miley told Buzzfeed that neither she nor director Quentin Jones are participating in the festival. Organizers apologize for the confusion and have removed mention of it “across all our media platforms.”

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