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Erotic Fan Fic Meets the Traditional Coming-of-Age Movie in Slash

Behold the first trailer for Slash, a new film from Clay Liford (Wuss) about a young erotic fan fic writer who runs the traditional gamut of all young cinematic nerds: first he’s shamed by his popular peers, then he discovers a larger world which contains people who accept him for his interests as well as who he is, and then he gets a hot girlfriend based on his initial nerdy interest.
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