Please Note: This film is no longer showing at Railroad Square Cinema

“The lurid celebrity and sordid aftermath of the brief career of the world’s first porn star is vividly, if not explicitly, etched in LOVELACE. Given all the ways a project like this could have gone wrong, the result is surprisingly good on several fronts, beginning with a shrewd structure that fosters an intelligent dual perspective on the public and private aspects of the DEEP THROAT phenomenon. Directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman (HOWL) have made a real movie here…Linda Lovelace was the nom de porn bestowed upon Florida girl Linda Boreman when she starred in her one and only hardcore feature, the 1972 film that became the adult film industry’s first crossover smash, launched “porno chic” and went on to gross anywhere from $100 million to $600 million on an initial expenditure of less than $50,000. Lovelace only ever collected her salary of $1,250.. Making a huge swing from the sweet, innocent Cosette in LES MISERABLES to the queen of porn, Amanda Seyfried has been decked out in curly black hair and freckles and otherwise deprettified to an extent to approximate the look of her real-life character. She gives a strong, credible performance that catches Linda’s insecurities and exacts sympathy and regret for all that happened to her”—Todd McCarthy, Hollywood Reporter. R. 92 Min.