Run Time: 77 min Release Date: Dec 07, 2010 Year Produced: 2009 Rating: Not Rated Language: English/Closed Captions Directed by: Irving Schwartz Starring: Ty Jones, Heath Kelts, Naama Kates, Maine Anders, Dawn Noel Pignuola, Mark Saturno, Nicole LaLiberte
This film appeals to: Lesbian audiences Booking Formats: BetaSP, DVD

“Playful and charming… My Normal is about as much fun as you can have without busting out the bullwhip, and far less painful.” —

Super hot Nicole LaLiberte (Girls Against Boys, Kaboom) stars as Natalie, a lesbian filmmaker whose new girlfriend has mixed feelings about Natalie’s other career — as a professional dominatrix. Co-starring gorgeous Dawn Noel Pignuola and written by the talented Renee Garzon, My Normal is a sexy, funny and refreshing American indie!

Awards & Press Quotes

WINNER! Audience Award, Best Narrative Feature North Carolina GLBT Film Festival

“Thoroughly enjoyable.” –

“Light, quirky, and very playful, it’s probably the only film about BDSM that you could comfortably take your mother to see… everything about the movie is playful and charming.” —

“A sharply written tale . . . An incredibly sexy and entertaining feature that shows that no matter what your job skills are, you should use them to your advantage when following your dream.” – Philadelphia Q Fest

“A simple, relatable coming-of-age tale with the right dash of old-fashioned romantic comedy. With an S&M backdrop.” – Frameline, San Francisco LGBT Film Festival

“Chock full of sexy girls that anyone would be happy to have as their mistress, MY NORMAL is an entertaining exploration into the underground world of BDSM and into the heart and mind of a woman who’s determined to make her dreams come true at whatever cost.” – Miami GLBT Film Festival

“Natalie’s a top dominatrix in New York, but when her hot new girlfriend develops a problem with her profession, she’s got to follow her Mom’s advice and use her passion to define her place in the world – and she defines it very clearly. Thank you, mistress!” – OUTFEST, Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival