You'd think with a name as pretty and dainty as Linda Lovelace, she'd find a job in lingerie or something like that. But no, instead she did guys on film for money. Born Linda Boreman, Lovelace became famous for the 1972 hardcore pornography DEEP THROAT--which I haven't seen, but I think it's about Richard Nixon and the sex club Watergate.
Amanda Seyfriend (MEAN GIRLS) stays as the titular leading lady, who after getting out of the porn game became an activist against the industry that made her famous. Peter Sarsgaard, Sarah Jessica Parker, Adam Brody, Eric Roberts, and James Franco (as Hugh Hefner) also star.