Isabel Adrian and husband Steve Angello have partnered up to produce a feature film based on Adrian's best selling book "Sex, Drugs and The DJ"

Jan 06, 2016, 17:39 ET from The Cult Collective

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The film will be adapted from Adrian's Swedish book "Sex, Droger & en DJ." The fictional book is loosely based on Adrian's personal experiences has received critical acclaim in Sweden and landed Adrian on the map as a best selling author. 

The book showcases the explosive rise of electronic dance music, the people who are along for the ride and focuses on the main character Bella, and her incredible journey.  Love, hate, greed, envy, success, and music. The story is about one kid, and one DJ with a vision and a wish. That wish would not only come true but it would change the world forever.

"It is a dream come true for me, I worked so hard to write this book and now it's finally being made into a feature."

The project will be produced by Isabel Adrian and her LaLa Studios, Pia Lindstrom of Cult Collective, and Martin Management. Angello will support his wife Isabel in this project.

"I am so proud of Isabel, and seeing all this come together for her, is amazing. I am glad that the world will see how much talent she really has," Lindstrom said. 

Adrian is also a humanitarian and she promotes various causes, including conservation, children, education, and women's rights, and is most noted for her advocacy on behalf of SIZE Foundation together with her husband.

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