LOS ANGELES — The safe-for-work trailer for “Marriage 2.0” has debuted exclusively on entertainment website IndieWire.com.
Produced by Lionreach Entertainment and distributed by Adam & Eve, the film stars India Summer, Ryan Driller, Dylan Ryan and more.
To watch the trailer on IndieWire.com, click here.
“Hardcore sex shocks an audience into attention, but it also gets the viewer engaged in the characters on an intimate and emotionally-invested level,” said "Marriage 2.0" screenwriter and producer Magnus Sullivan. “‘Marriage 2.0’ challenges the moviegoer erotically, intellectually, and visually, and still contains all the trappings of a major motion picture.”
Sullivan added, “Thank you to the staff at IndieWire.com for featuring a trailer outside the conventional landscape of Hollywood films. I truly believe adult movies are a pure form of indie films, and I’m excited to get the word out about ‘Marriage 2.0’ and hopefully begin changing how people think about sex in movies!”
Releasing in late February, “Marriage 2.0” is being billed by Lionreach as "a sophisticated merger between adult entertainment and cinema, which results in a new, relevant, and beautifully transformative genre." The film also features performances from Nina Hartley and Mickey Mod, and guest appearances from internationally renowned sex and relationship experts, Emily Morse and Reid Mihalko.
The trailer shows how “Marriage 2.0” examines the relationship between sex and intimacy, while weaving controversial and touching stories addressing commitment, love, modern relationships, and polyamory.
Of the film, author, editor, and sociologist Carol Queen has said, "It's the movie mainstream wants to make but can’t,” and TED speaker and NY Times best-selling author Dr. Christopher Ryan has called it “the Holy Grail [of adult film].”
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