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Lindsay Lohan’s “Inferno”: More freaky than “Freaky Friday”

Hollywoodnews.com: Aerik Von, an employee of festish site deadlydommes.com caught a glance at the “Inferno” screenplay – the upcoming project which Lindsay Lohan is slotted to play porn star Linda Lovelace – and it looks to be an embarrassing project for the young star.

Even though Mark Wahlberg came to be known as a prestigious actor after playing fictitious porn star Dirk Diggler in “Boogie Nights,” the explicit scenes featuring Lohan make that 1997 title look like a G-rated Disney film.

In an interview with the NY Post, Von says that “Inferno,” written and to be directed by Matthew Wilder, is like a “Lifetime horror film,” and Lovelace’s husband Chuck Traynor is written as a psychologically and physically torturing antagonist.

“She’s made to say terrible things about herself while in the middle of sex acts. After her boyfriend assaults her, he kisses her bruises and asks, ‘Does this feel good?’ ” Von tells the Post about the screenplay’s cheap shocks.

There’s even a perverse gang-rape scene involving Lovelace with several businessman – a sequence that sounds quite similar to the disturbing scene in Stanley Kubrick’s “Clockwork Orange.”

Von adds, “The movie’s obviously designed to just outright disturb [with] the combination of childhood imagery and absolute outright depraved perversions.”

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