Creators and the entire production team of “Fifty Shades of Grey” will now be getting a competition in their Valentine’s Day premiere in 2015 as it will be released alongside the popular faith-based film “Old Fashioned.” Read on to learn more about this scoop.
The world of the mainstream is meant to follow through in the conformations of the society, but indie movie film makers seem to think otherwise, as they will be insinuating a competition between two different love stories as they release their religion-based romance by Rik Swartzwelder entitled “Old Fashioned” opposite “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
On Breit Bart’s report, “Old Fashioned” is a religion-based film that presents the Godly aspect of romanticism.
“I wanted to tell a love story that takes the idea of Godly romance seriously. A story that, without apology, explores the possibility of a higher standard in relationships; yet, is also fully aware of just how fragile we all are and doesn’t seek to heap guilt upon those of us that have made mistakes,” explained the film’s award-winning triple threat, writer/director/lead actor Rik Swartzwelder, when asked to make a statement about his film.
The movie basically revolves around a recently revoked frat boy and a free-spirited woman who engage themselves to committing in an old-fashioned style of courtship amidst all the advancements and liberations of present-day America. The director Rik Swartzwelder is also the main actor of the film named Clay. He will be starring alongside Elizabeth Ann Roberts who plays as the female lead named Amber.
The movie project is backed by a notable indie film studio, Freestyle Releasing. This is the same studio that brought out the unexpectedly hit movie “God’s Not Dead.”
Now checking on the premise of the film, you are able to contrast the presentations of “Fifty Shades of Grey” and “Old Fashioned.” We all know that “Fifty Shades” is the other side of the old-fashioned style of American courtship. Evidently, it is actually a film that is based on the hard core aspects of kinky eroticism and ultimate sexual liberation.
Looks like we got ourselves quite a love story bout on Valentine’s Day 2015, with the way two love stories with different expressions are to be shown on the same eve. Nonetheless, we shall make use of this opportunity to watch the movie that suits our preferences best.
That sums up our scoop on the silent competition of two opposite love story films, “Fifty Shades of Grey” and “Old Fashioned.” Tune in to Movie News Guide (MNG) for the latest updates in the entertainment world.
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