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Comedy Dynamics Releases Critically Acclaimed Comedy, Slut In A Good Way, To Buy Or Rent Through The Comedy Dynamics Network

Los Angeles, CA 06.6.19

Comedy Dynamics released the critically acclaimed comedy, Slut In A Good Way, through the Comedy Dynamics Network via iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Spectrum, Dish, Comcast and more on June 4, 2019.

Comedy Dynamics released the critically acclaimed comedy, Slut In A Good Way, through the Comedy Dynamics Network via iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, Spectrum, Dish, Comcast and more on June 4, 2019.

Following in the footsteps of classic independent films like Clerks and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Slut in a Good Way follows three teenage girls exploring their first taste of freedom: Charlotte, the recently heartbroken, Megane, the anti-love anarchist, and Aube, a virgin who dreams of love — all three smitten by the guys at the “Toy Depot.” After applying for their first part-time job at the store during this one fateful summer, the three girls experience for the very first time what it is like to make their own decisions and their resulting consequences.

The New York Times says the film is “Charming. Recognizes the potential for cruelty that exists as teenagers experiment and learn through sex, but it’s portrait of adolescence never feels less than loving,”

“Gratifying and Empowering.” Said Entertainment Weekly.

Birth.Movies.Death called the film “A Love letter to friendship, to sexuality, and to those painful years before adulthood,” 

The Los Angeles Times said the film “Plays out like a Quebecois “CLERKS” with a distinctly female point of view… A saucy and sharp exploration of teen sexual politics,”

“Proving that women can be the victors in the battle of the sexes. Viva L’Amore!”

said PROVOKR.

Movie Nation called it “Smart, sexy and sassy. A funny, thought provoking teen romance/sex comedy.”

“There is a prevalent double standard in the way societies see the sexual behaviour of teenagers. This is a comedy about desire, youth, and the search for personal identity. It tells the story of Charlotte, Aube and Mégane, 16-year-old girls growing up in a world where it is difficult to find one’s’ bearings and a sense of right and wrong while remaining true to one’s desire and to one’s self,” said Sophie Lorain

“This is a brilliant, artistic masterpiece that’s equally hysterical as it is powerful,” said Brian Volk-Weiss, CEO of Comedy Dynamics.