An intentionally campy film designed to capitalize on Linda Lovelace's sudden fame following "Deep Throat", this film centers around Linda's fictional grass roots campaign to run for ... See full summary »
Claire has worked for Denny for four years, and been in love with him from afar. She believes she can never have him, so she doesn't try. When his brother Regan comes to town to help sell ... See full summary »
Lindsay Lohan was cast but had to drop out due to personal reasons. Her co-star from Mean Girls, Amanda Seyfried was cast instead. See more »
When Linda takes the phone call from her publisher in her kitchen confirming they believe her, before the publication of "Ordeal", she replaces the phone handset back onto the wall cradle with her right hand. When the camera views her explaining the call to her husband, from a different angle, she's holding the handset with her left hand. See more »
But tomorrow's Linda's big day. She needs me. Send somebody else.
OK. How about I send Linda for the film, and you can spend tomorrow with Harry's cock down your throat?
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...though honestly, due to it's jumping around in time, it was a bit difficult to follow. Overall, a stunning movie, a real wake-up call to porn of the 70s, taking such bright eyed youth into the seamy underbelly of the entertainment industry, but a more linear narrative might have worked a bit better. I loved Amanda as Linda, she did an amazing job. I just have am easier time watching movies that are less disjointed. Honestly though, I do hope Lovelace wins some awards. It is certainly worthy. Debi Mazar was stellar as always. :) Seriously, ten lines of text? I seriously said all I wanted to in seven. But what the hell, I will keep typing until it accepts my review. Live and learn, right? So they say...
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