Forbidden Fruits Announces Harry Sparks' Erotic Thriller 'Call Me Mother'

Lila Gray

LOS ANGELES — Forbidden Fruits Films has announced an upcoming “twisted” feature-length erotic thriller from director Harry Sparks entitled, “Call Me Mother.”

The film description explains that “Jennifer (Callie Calypso) is like any normal 18-year-old high school senior. She lives at home with her father (Tony De Sergio), enjoys hanging out with her best friend Tracy (Payton Simmons), and loves her boyfriend Danny (T. Stone). But Jennifer's life abruptly changes when she becomes entangled in a passionate affair with Grace (Jodi West), her sexy new stepmother. Tensions rise when Jennifer has second thoughts and tries to end the relationship, but Grace refuses to let go.”

"Harry Sparks has created another masterpiece," Exile Distribution President Howard Levine said. "In the tradition of [Sparks'] ‘Vampire Mistress’ and ‘Revenge of the Petites’ comes Forbidden Fruits Films’ ‘Call Me Mother.”

Levine continued, calling Harry Sparks the Martin Scorsese of porn and his latest feature “the most twisted sexual romp of 2014.”

Jay West, production director and co-owner of Forbidden Fruits Films said, "It was a great pleasure to put together this project with Harry. The script, casting and his attention to detail during the shooting of this film all worked perfectly together. This was a stretch from our normal tight budgeted productions, but we know our fans are going to love it.”  

"Working on ‘Call Me Mother’ has been an amazing experience," writer and director Sparks added. "That's due in no small part to Jay and Jodi West because for me they were the ideal producers. They were always there when I needed them, but they also let me be as creative as I needed to be. Rather than dictate the kind of movie to make, they were interested in the movie that I wanted to make, which was a sexy, suspenseful erotic thriller. There aren't a lot of these types of features being made right now in adult or mainstream, so it will be very interesting to see how our audience reacts to the project.”

“Call Me Mother” will be releasing mid-August exclusively on DVD through Exile Distribution followed by a VOD roll-out in September. For order inquiries, contact Howard Levine.

To view a teaser clip of the film, click here.