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Local feature-length romantic comedy to be released internationally Feb. 11
Online Staff Report
Dry Spell, a feature-length romantic comedy directed by Rockford-area filmmaker Travis Legge and written by Legge and Kyle Hoskins, will be released internationally Feb. 11 on iTunes, Amazon, Playstation Xbox and several other video-on-demand outlets.
Dry Spell is about a woman who is going through a divorce and preparing to enter the dating world. One night, Sasha (Suzi Lorraine) discovers her ability to become aroused has left her. In short, she’s dried up. Believing this is caused by guilt about moving on before her ex-husband (Kyle Hoskins) has, she embarks on a quest to find him a new woman.
Dry Spell stars Lorraine, Hoskins, Amanda-Elizabeth Sawyer, Travis Legge, Steven Lee Edwards and Rachael Robbins.
Dry Spell is not rated by the Motion Picture Association of America.
Posted Feb. 5, 2014