"Mug Shots" focuses on Slick, played by Scott Campbell, who has been falsely accused of murder. He enlists the help of the police photographer taking his mug shot in order to clear his name. The plot also involves a drug czar, his son and the police commissioner in an unexpected twist that has become a signature for the film's director, Jett Blakk.
"Mug Shots" also stars Geoffrey Paine, Wolf Hudson, Markus Ram, Braxton Bon, and Chad Hunt as the commissioner.
"Jett Blakk continues to deliver some of his best work to the Dirty Bird catalog," Dirty Bird founder Dink Flamingo said. "Jett's unique vision for gay adult content and the stories that his movies tell both excite and intrigue his loyal fans, as well as those just discovering his great work."
"The Dirty Bird line is doing really well with us and we're happy to be the first offering these titles to the masses," AEBN/NakedSword's Chris Baker said. "Mug Shots is a great film, and I'm sure it'll be a big hit. It's already started to do well in our system and we expect it to do even better."
"We're proud Jett is part of the Dirty Bird Pictures' family of directors and we're excited about Mug Shots, as well as the two other forthcoming Blakk titles from Dirty Bird Pictures," Flamingo added.
"Mug Shots" joins several other Dirty Bird productions in the AEBN/NakedSword, including Jett Blakk's directorial debut with Dirty Bird, "Father Knows Best."