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A screenplay by Tara Franey
Sexually Transmitted Destiny
Tagline: You can’t use protection … against love.
From the second assistant to the producer of last year’s box-office smash “Clap Hitter” comes a laugh-out-loud sports comedy about love, lies, and loading the bases.
All-star outfielder Brian Rawn is facing a steroids charge, and his sleazy agent wants him to claim that he was on herpes medication to get out of it! He would never have gone along with the idea if it weren’t for his mother’s enormous medical bills. Now, the league is demanding an official VD test, and Brian needs to catch more than just a hard hit liner to left.
Desperate, he heads to an STD group counseling session, looking for someone who has a prescription for Valtrex, and is willing to share. But he never expected to meet a girl like Robin Miller, whose off-the-wall style and contagious smile begins to change Brian’s outlook on baseball, disease, and love.
Now, with the testing date just around the corner, and Robin starting to ask some uncomfortable questions, Brian’s wondering if he’ll have to choose between baseball and love. But when the truth comes out, he might just lose both.
Rated PG-13 for language, sexual situations, and Affliction T-shirts.
Come see what critics are already calling “the best baseball venereal disease rom-com of 2012.” In theaters this Valentine’s Day!
*Characters and events contained in this movie are fictional and any resemblance to real people or events is purely coincidental.
** Movies contained in this blog post are fictional and any resemblance to real movies is purely coincidental.