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Gone – A Story of Love and Courage

Sssh.com

Runtime: 33 min.

Gone, the latest film from Sssh.com and director Angie Rowntree, takes us inside the world of Rebecca and Todd, a couple deeply in love, but sadly destined to part. The film is a portrait not merely of Rebecca and Todd’s sex life, but the passion, trust and depth of commitment by which sex is transformed beyond the simple expression of desire and into something far more fundamental and affirming. A beautiful and intimate story, inspired by a Sssh.com member.

“…a moving and affecting erotic musing on the role sex plays in grief and loss.”
– Bacchus, ErosBlog.com

“Gone is a must-see for anyone who wants to see more in their porn: more connection, more emotion, more thought, and more care.”
– Jen McEwen and Jesse Adams, MiKandi.com couples review



Movie Title: Gone - A Story of Love and Courage
Production date: 9/25/2015
Studio: Wasteland
Custodian Of Records Information:
Frans A. van der Poll
Dokweg 27B
1976 CA
Umuiden
The Netherlands
Official Selection
Wendy's Shorts 2016
Official Selection
Los Angeles CineFest 2016
Official Selection
iHolly 2016
Semi-finalist
Swedish International Film Festival 2016
Adult Video News Award
2016 Best Drama Nominee
XBIZ Awards
2016 Best Couples Release Nominee
XBIZ Awards
2016 Best Actress (Madeline Blue) Nominee
XBIZ Awards
2016 Best Actor (Gee Richards) Nominee
Toronto International Porn Festival
2017 Honourable Mention
Official Selection
2016 Cinekink NYC





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