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Erotic Thriller ‘Baby Girl’ Now Streaming

Erotic Thriller ‘Baby Girl’ Now Streaming

LOS ANGELES – The erotic thriller ‘Baby Girl’, which recently signed a distribution deal with House of Film and Cinema Epoch, is now available to stream on Amazon Prime.

As part of the distribution agreement,  the film was required to change its name from ‘The Hurt’ to ‘Baby Girl’.

“It was hard parting with the title ‘The Hurt’, because we lived with that name for so long,” said Kevin Stevenson, who directed the film. “At the eleventh hour before signing our distribution deal, we had a change of heart. We didn’t want to provoke the viewer to feel a particular way… So, after some brainstorming, we came up with ‘Baby Girl’ as the new name, because it’s about a young girl who grows out of being a little innocent baby. She’s not a baby any more.”

The film, written by Brandon Trask, tells the story of a disillusioned teenage girl named Cody, who while struggling with her father’s suicide, must now put her faith in a sexy yet sadistic stranger that introduces her to the dark world of pornography. She soon discovers the alluring yet sinister pleasures that come with exploiting her body.

For more information, visit www.BabyGirlFilm.com,  www.facebook.com/TheHurtMovie, https://twitter.com/TheBabyGirlFilm

Follow the film’s actors and production team on Twitter

Lead actress Sara Catt Bellamy @Saracatbell

Co-lead actress Every Heart, @buttfuckhero

Supporting actor Nathan DeLaTorre @nathandelatorre

Director/Producer Kevin Van Stevenson @VanStevenson4k

Producer Jason Haffley @OneNinth

Makeup Artist Riley Nightingal @rileynightmua

Illustrator Tony D’Amato, @DAmatoism

Distributor Cinema Epoch, @Cinema_Epoch

Sales Agent @HouseofFilm


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