Dirty Rich Films to Release <i>America Loves Bush</i>

LAS VEGAS - Dirty Rich Films spoofs America's First Family in the upcoming release, America Loves Bush.

"It's a really funny release," said Dirty Rich Films president Sean Hart, who directed the movie. "I think it's quite a bit more ballsy than the movies people are used to seeing. Not only is it controversial, for obvious reasons, but it also has some scorching hot action."

Hart said he was inspired to make the X-rated political spoof after watching the congressional investigation into Attorney General Alberto Gonzales' dismissal of eight U.S. Attorneys. "It was pretty evident that the government had an agenda against the adult industry. Seeing how this is the way I'm choosing to make my money, I decided that I might as well take advantage of the controversy."

Male performer Jack Lawrence plays the role of George W. Bush, donning a mask of the President's likeness during his sex scene with Penny Flame, who takes on the role of Laura Bush. Luscious Lopez plays a Saudi Arabian ambassador and Mike Azzurri plays Vice President Dick Cheney. Cindy Crawford and Lorena Sanchez play the Bush daughters, jumping into an interracial threeway with a secret service agent, played by Jon Jon.

Hart plans to release America Loves Bush in early 2008. The DVD will include bonus material from the director's first movie, Dirty Rich Amateurs, starring Monique Madison, Angelina Hart, Tatianna Stone and Mike Azzurri.

"All of the shooting for America Loves Bush is finished, but I want to make it the best I possibly can," Hart said. "I think that should be more than enough time to give it the kind of justice it deserves."

According to Hart, performer Lawrence passed out during his sex scene with Flame. The director will feature Lawrence's sexual mishap as a deleted scene with the movie.

"Jack Lawrence is a true stud," Hart said. "Apparently, performing in a Halloween mask, while having sex, with hot lights shining on you, in a room with no air conditioner is one of the hardest things to do."

Dirty Rich Films launched in March of 2006. For more information, go to www.dirtyrichfilms.com.