August 16, 2009
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                 A feminist sex movie???




Arnold Schwarznegger cannot stand this film.

All real men hate this movie because the women characters get their way.

But radical feminists hate this movie because the women characters get so lustful.

Professional women find their power in this movie.

HOLLYWOOD LOVE is a movie farce  about modern love in show biz when the females find their power.

HOLLYWOOD LOVE is a comedy of dominance and submission, and the duet dance of perpetrator and victim that usually makes both partners losers, sometimes winners, always ridiculous.

Adult but not pornographic, not suitable for children, but a great starting point for discussion in a romance. This is shocking comedy about socially relevant issues to stimulate audiences, comedy that is physical without becoming stupid, farce that is ribald without becoming pornographic.

HOLLYWOOD LOVE presents a hyper modern version of the battles of sex and the sexes, influenced by feminism and the sexual revolution and gender-bending.

In the story, an innocent young man from the hills brings his guitar to Hollywood, hoping to break into show business, but meets his love match in the confused, mercurial Lana Lovely, and more than his match in their boss, Ms. Pringle, dominant director of music videos and sexual desires.

The milieu is music video production in an underground Hollywood of wild rhythms, provocative dance, and freaky passions.

The title song expresses the theme:

Everybody likes to do things different;
Love can be wild or love can be tame.
Hollywood love is a different kind of love,
Yet really true love remains the same.

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    About the Author

    Alan Gorg, (B.S. 1952 and M.F.A. 1970, U.C.L.), teacher/writer/producer/director/actor, has written and produced documentary films for the University of California and PBS, and founded theater groups in Hawaii and California..

    Media Associates published his two autobiographical novellas THE SIXTIES and THE SEVENTIES. His short films FELICIA, THE SAVAGES, FREE GROWTH, and AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A HOPI were honored at the American, Columbus, and Mercer Film Festivals, the National Short Film Competition, and the Los Angeles International Film Exhibition (FilmEx). In 1980 he produced a weekly video magazine THE OAHU GAZETTE for PBS station KHET-TV in Honolulu and the short film 1NSIDE STATE PRISON, which was also honored at FilmEx. Most of these shorts are available on amazon under Alan Gorg.


    He and wife Gwyn wrote and produced the feature film LIVING THE BLUES (1986) with legendary guitarist and vocalist Sam Taylor, winning a Filmtrax Award at the Ghent International Film Festival and a Best Feature nomination at the American Film Institute Video Awards. .



    Their educational docudrama feature film EARTH SPIRIT has been an official selection at the Columbus, Dreamspeakers, New Beijing, GreenReel Environmental, and Mumbai International Film Festivals and won a Neptune Award at the Moondance International Film Festival.


    Their final educational presentation of prophecy by the Hopi and other indigenous peoples is the 80-minute educational history PROPHECY&POLLUTION:




    The Young Adult novel LOOKING FOR THE REAL THING by Alan Gorg, tells the story of a Los Angeles. high school senior seeking a simpler future away from angry kids, stressed adults, monstrous schools, everyday violence, massive traffic, choking smog, sickening pollution—seeking a little peace, a little quiet, some connection with nature.