Digital Sin Releases 'Sisterly Love'
LOS ANGELES — Digital Sin announced the release of its new erotic family drama "Sisterly Love."
Produced under its "Tabu Tales" banner, the all-girl feature-vignette is written and directed by Jacky St. James, and stars a cast of newcomers and established stars, handpicked and paired together for their resemblance to one another.
"Girl/girl films are new territory for me and I'm loving every second of it," Jacky St. James said. "'Sisterly Love' was particularly fun because I got to cast a few girl-only performers that I've been dying to work with, and also got to work again with one of my all-time favorites, Jessa Rhodes."
“Sisterly Love” presents four scripted tales of stepsister attraction: Sasha Heart eggs her closeted lesbian stepsister Aubrey Star to act on her secret urges; hand-to-hand combat lessons lead to more intimate contact for stepsisters Staci Carr and Jessa Rhodes; stepsiblings Bree Daniels and Ashlyn Molloy worry that school will tear their unique relationship apart; and Abigail Mac makes the shocking discovery that her hidden obsession with stepsister Allie Haze is responsible for sabotaging her relationships with men.
"'Sisterly Love' is a film that showcases what is unique to the female experience, with a great deal of emphasis on closeness and connection throughout the sex, especially in the scenes with Bree Daniels and Ashlyn Molloy, and Jessa Rhodes and Staci Carr." St. James added. "I hope everyone enjoys watching this film as much as I enjoyed making it."
“Sisterly Love” has a runtime of 110 minutes and includes an exclusive photo gallery and candid behind-the-scenes featurette.
To view the trailer and download cover art for "Sisterly Love ," click here.