All American Orgy
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|All American Orgy|
|Directed by||Andrew Drazek|
|Produced by||Brent Caballero|
James T. Bruce IV
|Written by||Ted Beck|
|Edited by||Andrew Drazek|
Louisiana Media Productions
|Distributed by||Phase 4 Films|
Three couples try group sex at a lakeside strawberry farm, naively hoping it will lead to enlightenment.
Originally produced as Cummings Farm, the film was acquired by Phase 4 Films at the 2010 Slamdance Film Festival.[unreliable source?] The film was released on DVD and digital under its new title on October 5, 2010 and also picked up by the Showtime Network.
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