"Love a la Carte" Movie Launches New Mobile App & Polyamory Dating Site

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Award winning comedy/fantasy feature film "Love a la Carte" reveals new mobile application and polyamory online dating website. Viewers can watch the anti-infidelity movie streaming online, join its "Love a la Carte" dating community and stay connected with "Love a la Carte" brand fans through its new mobile app.

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Free "Love a la Carte" Movie, Polyamory Dating Website & Mobile App

My hope is that the "Love a la Carte" experience will be an enlightening one from which audiences can laugh, learn and love.

For the first time ever, "Love a la Carte," a "do-it-yourself" (DIY) motion picture, extends the cinematic experience for its audience with the creation of a real world mobile application and online polyamory dating website. Leading the way for micro-budget indy filmmakers in breaking new ground to entertain audiences is Emmy award winning writer-producer-director and Love a la Carte, LLC CEO, Tim McSpadden. "The movie 'Love a la Carte' is an honest comedy about cheating monogamists keeping their marriage together, for better or worse, with an online polyamory dating website,” says McSpadden. “Conceiving a real-life website and mobile app of the same name that is mercilessly satirized in the movie was the next step for the 'Love a la Carte' brand."

The cheating lifestyle continually spawns schadenfreude headlines and heated debates. Philandering politicians and celebrities propagate the mobile hook-up culture, heroic athletes allegedly deflate footballs to win games and salacious online dating websites generate millions of dollars promoting adultery. Exposing via cinema the nuanced justifications some monogamists make for sampling unauthorized polyamory is fertile ground for a comedy-fantasy. “There are 3 versions to every story you hear about why someone cheats: Their version, your version and the truth,” McSpadden says. “Our 'Love a la Carte’ movie shows you how the internet has impacted having affairs and why this lifestyle might be affecting your own relationship right now. Our dating website is where you can experience firsthand what was lampooned in the movie. Our mobile app is how you can stay connected with this brand of entertainment - all for free."

Audiences can watch the DIY movie "Love a la Carte" for free for 30-days on Amazon Prime Instant Video or with their subscription to the service. The movie is also available on iTunes/Apple TV and Google Play which is also where the “Love a la Carte” mobile applications can be found and freely downloaded. To find “love now” and contact other “Love a la Carte” lovers in their area, people can sign up for free on LovealaCarte.com. The website is also a landing point to find other links connected with the movie, such as watching the film along with the cast and for other news worthy articles connected to the "Love a la Carte" experience.

Sexologist Dr. Martha Tara Lee called the movie “Entertaining & Refreshing.” Mandy Payne, a Top 10 ranked Amazon Hall-of-Fame reviewer (out of more than 26 million reviewers) gave "Love a la Carte" 5-stars on Amazon Prime Instant Video and said its “a gritty story about the realities of marriage and midlife, all the while never losing a steady undercurrent of dry humor.” Winner of the “Most Original Screenplay” award at the 2014 Universal Film Festival, “Love a la Carte” also played at the Cannes Film Festival market & American Film Market the same year. The soundtrack for “Love a la Carte” was engineered by 2014 Grammy nominee Russ Marsden of Big U Music in Phoenix, Arizona. It features 17 songs from recording artists across the globe such as VH-1’s jump start ASCAP songstress Janice Kirkwood and the Phoenix New Times weekly “Best Up & Comer of the Year,” Youceff Kabal. Also taking a turn as an actor in the movie is Raj Suri, who produced Doritos' 2014 million dollar winning Super Bowl commercial.

“Now the 'Love a la Carte' trifecta is complete. The movie, the dating site, the mobile app; it’s the culmination of a lot of faithful work from a lot of talented people confronting head-on the unfaithful subject of cheating,” says McSpadden. "In the context of people struggling with their monogamy, or suffering within sexless marriages or combating Betty Friedan’s ‘problem with no name,' my hope is that the 'Love a la Carte' experience will be an enlightening one from which audiences can laugh, learn and love."

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