Lohan's Film 'Too Raunchy' for Theaters?

'Perversions' intended to 'disturb'
By Mary Papenfuss,  Newser Staff
Posted Jun 1, 2010 3:22 AM CDT
Lohan's Film 'Too Raunchy' for Theaters?
Lindsay Lohan leaves the Beverly Hills courthouse after her probation status hearing last month.   (Getty Images)

Lindsay Lohan's depiction on film of the degradations suffered by porn star Linda Lovelace won't likely be fit for viewing in any mainstream movie theater, according to a fetish porn blogger who's had a look at the screenplay. The planned film, Inferno, is like a "Lifetime horror film" that focuses on the psychological and physical torture Lovelace's husband exacted on the Deep Throat star, and involves beatings and gang rape, according to Aerik Von, who's pretty tolerant of such fare working for deadlydommes.com.

"It's very sensational. There are not so much plot devices as shock tactics," Von tells the New York Post. "The movie's obviously designed to disturb with the combination of childhood imagery and absolute outright depraved perversions." There was no immediate response from director Michael Wilder. Lohan's movie career has taken a major hit in the wake of her notorious substance abuse. Inferno is to be shot in Texas, but for now Lohan must stay in California, where a judge has ordered her to undergo random drug testing. Click here for more oh-no-she-didn't! Lohan gossip.
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