GIRLTRASH: All Night Long, the recently released romantic lesbian comedy musical from POWER UP Films, is a HUGE surprise. world—a world populated by lots of beautiful, sexy young women looking to flirt with danger and each other.Fans of the very successful Showtime web series might have been expecting a longer version of the gritty web series. GIRLTRASH: All Night Long is the story of two sisters at cross purposes.Amanda Marie “Mandy Musgrave” popular as Mandy Musgrave is an American actress and singer.
But, for the POWER UP feature, writer Angela Robinson returned to the D. Lesbian rocker Daisy (Lisa Rieffel) and her drop-dead gorgeous bass player Tyler (Michelle Lombardo) have to get BANDSLAM by midnight to try to win the competition and recover her dignity after her “heat-seeking missile” ex-girlfriend Xan (Clementine Ford) dumped her.
Meanwhile, her college co-ed younger sister Colby (Gabrielle Christian) has realized she’s gay.
It is interesting to notice that GIRLTRASH world is some alternate universe where everyone seems to want to be gay.
The mal femme in GIRLTRASH: All Night Long is the silky, sensuous, sinful Monique (Rose Rollins).
She’s met a “wanna be” actress Misty (Mandy Musgrave) that she wants desperately to have sex with before the night is over.
Daisy needs Colby’s car and Colby needs Daisy’s lesbian connections.This organization was created by her mother after the loss of her son in 1991.She uses the surname Christian in memory of her brother.GIRLTRASH: All Night Long with Lisa Rieffel, Michelle Lombardo, Gabrielle Christian, Mandy Musgrave, Rose Rollins, Clementine Ford, Kate French, with Malaya Rivera Drew and Megan Cavanagh.Featuring the music of Killola, The Dollyrots and Tsar.along with several minor roles in a variety of other shows. web-series alongside South of Nowhere co-star Mandy Musgrave. Christian has two films yet to be released the first being You're Cordially Uninvited where she portrays Rose, a woman who is engaged to another woman (Lisa), but wishes not to have to face her parents and their reaction.