The One that Got Away hopes a “Remedy” to Post-Production Blues

Screen still from Remedy website. Click image to view film trailer.

Support MFA dream of SVA graduate Cheyenne Picardo by contributing to the post-production of Remedy. On the film’s website, Picardo explains Remedy as “a narrative feature about a young woman who becomes a sex worker almost by accident – first as a dominatrix, then transitioning into a full-time professional submissive.”

In theory, Picardo could potentially delve into a taboo only superficially penetrated by the pornographic industry and, momentarily, captured in Bored to Death‘s “Escape from the Dungeon.” At first glance, we see a cast of performance artists and motivated actors who are as uninhibited as Picardo’s dialogue the fresh screenplay. We won’t know for sure until Picardo reaches her goal on Kickstarter-esque fundraising website indiegogo.


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About Megan M. Garwood

Megan M. Garwood is a New York City-based editor, art critic, commentator and aesthetician, as well as the Associate Director at Leslie Feely Gallery on 68th and Madison. Her guilty pleasures include metaethics, morality, conceptual art, and Coney Island side shows. Feel free to contact her via email at
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2 Responses to The One that Got Away hopes a “Remedy” to Post-Production Blues

  1. Cheyenne says:

    Thanks so much for posting this. We’re hard at work completing post on this thing and love being talked about! More trailers are in the works this week! So check back with us!

    – Cheyenne
    Director/Producer of Remedy

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