CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Digital Sin tried something provocative and new with its latest vignette release “Innocence of Youth,” and the public has responded, PR director Jacky St. James told XBIZ.
Each vignette scene in "Innocence of Youth" tells a story with no dialogue as various themes of dominance, submission and manipulation are explored. It's a departure from Digital Sin’s more traditional all-sex affairs which have maintained a loyal fan following in their own right.
“It’s a very different look from what we’ve been doing with a very different subject matter,” St. James explained. “The costumes that the girls are wearing are Japanese Lolita costumes. And the direction the stories take is younger women and relationships that occur with men that are sort of illicit.”
St. James said that company president Scott Taylor, a seasoned director himself, came up with the concept, and Powell executed it. “It’s fascinating that the stories are very clear without the dialogue,” she added.
“You see these very innocent looking women and for the most part they’re manipulating the men to a certain degree. There is definitely a Lolita factor, but not all of them are the ones in control. It’s definitely one of the more edgy things that we’ve done in a long time.”
The movie stars Riley Reid, Chastity Lynn, Gia Steel and Kendall Karson, who graces the box cover. Reid is paired with Mark Ashley; Lynn with Michael Vegas; Steel meets Richie Calhoun; and Karson gets with Danny Mountain.
“The scene with Gia and Richie is more of a man in a power position,” St. James said. “Kendall's is more about the manipulation of a man."
She said Lynn's scene also involves a female power play, while "Riley’s is more of a role-playing situation."
"The stories tell themselves through the lighting, the visuals and the rawness of it all," St. James continued. "It’s about the relationship between the characters.”
The movie has been generating consistent re-orders since it's release Feb. 2, she said.