Fearless leaders of the revolution included activist Lola Kirke as Liv (in David Fincher's film Gone Girl (2014)), Casey La Bow (who appeared in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One and Two (2011, 2012)) as Cali, and African-American Monique Coleman (who appeared in High School Musical 1, 2 and 3 (2006, 2007, 2008)) as Roz.Others not in the film who backed its production included high-profile individuals such as singers Miley Cyrus and Rihanna, actress Lena Dunham, and Bruce Willis' 22 year-old daughter Scout Willis (who protested outdated laws and Internet censorship by parading topless on the streets of NYC and posting her bare images on Twitter).Another Asylum film with the tagline of "What happened in Vegas?!"- the 89 minute, low-budget R-rated comedy took advantage of the wave of films about party experiences bound for or in Vegas, including The Hangover films, Bridesmaids, etc..He was also swept up in casual sex, drugs and alcohol, and undisciplined and unsupervised behavior.Fisher experienced an unsatisfying flirtation with Kate's sexy friend Jody (Valentina de Angelis).That [shoot] was one of the ones where I said: 'OK, I'm fine doing the topless shot so long as you don't make them any bigger or retouch.' Because it does feel important to say it really doesn't matter what shape you are."She added: "I think women's bodies are a battleground and photography is partly to blame.Our society is so photographic now, it becomes more difficult to see all of those different varieties of shape." She had complained earlier in 2012 to Allure: "They always pencil in my boobs... For King Arthur, for a poster, they gave me these really strange droopy tits. The tagline was: "Filthy Rich, Morally Bankrupt." The main character was aspiring photographer Fisher Miller (Ben Rosenfield) from Ithaca NY, actually not rich or privileged himself, who spent the summer with his wealthy Aunt Bunny (Samantha Mathis) and stockbroker Uncle Philip Miller (Steve Guttenberg) (with teenage daughter Kate (Nicola Peltz)) in Great Neck, Long Island, after his parent's divorce.
The women in the film wanted to encourage "societal enlightenment" to influence legislation, and to decriminalize the female body with the rallying cry: "Don't subject me to your shame, about my body!
Leaders of the movement against censorship included activist leader With (Lina Esco, the film's writer/director in her directorial debut film), a dedicated blogger/photographer.
She argued that acts of violence and murder (in the media, and readily accepted by the FCC and MPAA) were commonplace occurrences, while the viewing of a single nipple on TV or even in films was often blurred or edited out.
She allowed him to have a wild bachelor party, set in Vegas, to let go of his inhibitions. Amanda whipped out a large dildo and threatened to use it on him.
In the opening credits sequence, Amanda (with a red rope tied around her neck), was on top of her fiancee. In Vegas, the four males met four females in a bachelorette party - and the rest was predictable.