“Love, Sex and Murder” is a short film that definitely lives up to its title. Tony Giglio, the mind behind the five-minute foray into saucy naughtiness, recounts a story from the set:
“A carousel of actresses tried to play the blond, but the role was colored by controversy over the actresses’ a***s. One actress requested an a*s double, who was then hired. Another actress preferred her own a*s, so the a*s double was fired. A third actress considered the a*s double, who was subsequently re-hired but then consequently re-fired when the actress saw the a*s of the a*s double and definitely preferred her own a*s (the a*s double had a pale a*s, while the actress had a tan a*s – not a good match).”
Casting tales aside, [ “Love, Sex and Murder” ] is chock full of scandal and a bunch of other stuff that could make young’uns blush, so pay attention to the “for mature audiences” warning.

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