When "town slut" turned sex columnist Cassie Cranston returns for her mother's funeral it spices things up in the small town of Beaver's Ridge when a group of eccentric town folk, each with their own motives, convince her to plan an orgy.
How to Plan an Orgy in a Small Town is about a group of friends who live in the picturesque town of Beaver's Ridge-the epitome of wholesomeness and strong family values. Their orderly life is interrupted by the homecoming of Cassie Cranston, whom they slut-shamed into leaving town when she was a teenager. Now a big-city sex writer, Cassie returns home to face an unwelcome reception by her former friends, and finds an opportunity to seek revenge by writing a book about them when they ask her if she'll help them plan an orgy.
Ennis Esmer had to wear a certain strapped on device for a certain scene. Director Jeremy LaLonde told him that it was for blocking purposes, but he really did it just to mess with him. See more »
When Heather Mitchell is talking to the doctor about her husband's sperm (approximately 20 minutes into the film) , she is holding the phone upside-down. See more »
[about Seth playing video games all the time]
What is the appeal, here? I mean, you just die and then you do it all over again.
Yeah. That's what I like about it. When Mario dies, he doesn't rage against the world, he just picks himself up, goes back to the start and tries again, until he figures out how to save the Princess.
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Don*t expect too much: the trailer let you expect a funny, clever story with good actors and some tasty erotic. The story is good, but presented uninspired, many gags are lame and flat and finally, the graphic could easily be described as prude. OK, right: a movie with a story like that does with the right skills not need nudity at all. But with a scene the male actor clawing into the breast of the him riding woman to avoid nudity the film becomes hypocrite and lame ! The most explicit scene is a young, half naked no name actress, the rest is uptight avoidance. If they would play everything fully clothed, it would at least be art. Grow up, America !
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