MONTREAL — Mile High Media has released "Pretty Lady," an erotic re-imagining of Gary Marshall's romantic blockbuster "Pretty Woman." The film marks the fifth title produced under the studio's new parody shingle Sweet Sinema.
Written and directed by Nica Noelle, the film stars Gracie Glam and Manuel Ferrara in the roles made famous by Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. The story, true to the original, follows the budding romance between a street prostitute with a heart of gold and the handsome millionaire that hires her as his escort.
“In addition to its high production values, compelling story, and great acting, ‘Pretty Lady’ includes two of Gracie Glam’s final boy/girl performances," Mile High Media Vice President Jon Blitt said. "Her wild romp with Manuel ... Their passion is undeniable and fuels this great re-imagining of the cinema classic.”
A safe-for-work trailer for "Pretty Lady" can be seen here.