LOS ANGELES — Anikka Albrite, the XBIZ 2015 Performer of the Year, makes her directorial debut in Evil Angel’s “Anikka’s Bootycise” set for release on VOD on Sept. 25 and on DVD Oct. 12.
In the Bam Visions imprint all-girl title, Albrite coaches natural beauties through sphincter-expanding workouts and lesbian lovemaking.
“I’ve always loved other women, and I wanted to direct a lesbian movie,” Albrite said. “‘Anikka’s Bootycise’ features four beautiful and talented women who wanted me to help them exercise their beautiful buttholes, and see how far they can stretch them out. I wanted to shoot girls that have never had another woman play with their ass before, or who don’t have a lot of anal experience.”
The cast includes Mia Malkova, Jenna Sativa, Bree Daniels and Abigail Mac.
“Mia did her first girl-girl anal [scene] with me. It was vey special because she only does anal scenes with her husband, Danny Mountain, and it meant a lot for her to share her beautiful ass with me. She definitely proved she is an anal queen, with all the big toys she took in her bubble butt.”
The movie also features Albrite and Sativa twerking, squirting water into assholes and melting an ice-cream treat in their butts.
“Bree [Daniels] has been on my ‘bucket list’ for years. We did some fetish play, which led to a very passionate and beautiful sex scene,” Albrite said. She added that she knew Mac “would be down for anything. “We started the scene with fun in a tub full of balloons, which erupted into a full-on, oily fuckfest.”
“I want to thank every one of these beautiful women for the pleasure of playing with them, and for being a part of my directorial debut,” Albrite said. “I learned a lot about directing, especially that not everything is going to go exactly as planned, but you just have to go with it and make the best out of changing situations, and it will be amazing. I can’t wait to direct more movies with BAM Visions for Evil Angel.”
The film's trailer can be seen here.
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