Vivid Releases B. Skow’s ‘59 Seconds’

Joanne Cachapero
LOS ANGELES — Vivid contract director B. Skow’s latest title, “59 Seconds” starring Vivid contract star Savanna Samson hit stores on Jan 18.

“We knew with a cast like this, like any Savanna title, it would go big out the door,” Vivid Sales Manager David Peskin told XBIZ. “It didn’t disappoint, as we had to place another order right on the street date to be able to fill re-orders.”

The movie also features Vivid contract girl Lanny Barby, Tory Lane, Sammie Rhodes, Hillary Scott, Lexi Love, Kimberly Franklin, Jay Huntington, Sascha, Harley, Christian, Marco Banderas and Evan Stone.

“It’s about a girl that goes into the hospital. She’s shot and she’s hallucinating as they’re putting her under, and she dies for 59 seconds, so they bring her back in just less than a minute, and the movie is about her hallucinations,” director B.Skow told XBIZ.

Venturing into what is called the “cerebral net,” the movie’s narrative explores the sexual state of mind induced by a near-death experience. According to B. Skow, the simple plot set-up allows for “visually stimulating” vignettes and that, except for a few minutes, almost every scene in the movie has sex on the screen.

“Savanna performs anal, she does the gangbang — very hardcore sex and she’s amazing. And her acting is good, it’s really, really good,” B. Skow said. “You see her in the hospital, you see her being operated on, which is really intense — that was shot so well. You see her being operated on and she’s going in and out of it.

“She’s in three scenes, but she’s also in the scenes that lead into the other two,” he said. “She’s in a boy/girl with Jay Huntington, she’s does the gangbang with Marco Banderas, Evan Stone, Christian and Jay Huntington, and she does this great girl/girl/girl with Sammie Rhodes and Hillary Scott dressed as cheerleaders, which is typical, but we do it in a way that you wouldn’t expect. That scene was awesome.”

Lexi Love performers in a solo/shaving sequence and Tory Lane does a boy/boy/girl.

“It’s not a big-budget movie, but it’s really creative and really visual. It’s done well. It’s just a good porno,” B. Skow said. “You don’t have to spend $350,000 to make a really good porno and that’s what this is. Stimulating with good sex, it’s cool to look at and there’s a great story and unusual camera work that you wouldn’t expect. And it’s the kind of sex that people like to see.”

For more information, visit the Vivid website or call Peskin at (866) 466-6969, ext. 108, or email