Featuring more than three-and-half hours of "drama, passion and smoldering sex" the film marks the first episode in the new "So Wrong" series which, according to creator/director and Girlfriends Films founder Dan O’Connell, was inspired by a decade-old Girlfriends series. In a recent interview with Fleshbot O’Connell provided a sneak peak into his new brainchild featuring Reagan Foxx, Violet Starr and Karlee Grey in revamped versions of characters from the 2007 series "Unnatural Daughter."
“Late last year I figured out a terrific new storyline and we began shooting it this past February,” O’Connell revealed. "I’ve developed this into a much better and extremely creepy story with some really good character and story twists.” The director went on to say the first two episodes were already complete, calling the series one of the “creepiest” projects he has ever put together – along with his Lesbian Psychodramas sub-series appropriately dubbed "Messed Up."
As the series begins, viewers find leading lady Foxx, a schoolteacher, in a quandary. Faced with a decision to leave daughter Starr behind to take a high-paying teaching job in Thornhill, Foxx leaves Starr in the capable hands of close friend and confidante, therapist Dr. Mindi (Mink). When Foxx arrives in Thornhill, her search for housing leads to potential roommate Grey. What neither of them count on is the landlord wants to rent to “family members” only, setting the stage for the duo to embark down a path of sexual tension and lies that immediately begin to snowball when they pretend to be mother and daughter in order to rent the property.
The new release also features cover models Vanessa Veracruz and her scene partner Ryan Ryans, along with the return of Rain DeGrey in what is described as "a commanding role" opposite Amarna Miller. DeGrey last appeared in Girlfriends Films' 2014 movie "Road Queen 28" with Jenna J. Ross. Also appearing in the film is Lena Paul in a non-sex performance as the vice principal of Foxx’s new teaching venue, The Thornhill Academy. Foxx and Paul were paired together for an older/younger lesbian sex scene in recent Girlfriends Films release "Mother Daughter Exchange Club 47."
"Twisted Passions" is part of the ongoing Thornhill Diaries saga conceived by Dan O’Connell that also includes "Field of Schemes" and "Girls in White." The newest DVD addition to the "Twisted Passions" series entitled “So Wrong: Episode One” is now available at the Girlfriends Films distribution website and in stores nationwide. For more information, or to download the box art, visit the "Twisted Passions 21" detail page at the official Girlfriends Films website.