LOS ANGELES — Digital Sin has announced the release of "The Innocence of Youth 8," the return of its top-selling young-girl series. The new volume is directed by Paul Woodcrest and features performances from up-and-coming starlets Samantha Hayes, Amarna Miller, Sydney Cole, and cover-girl Marley Brinx.
"We're very excited to release a new volume in our flagship series, 'The Innocence of Youth,'" said Belle Casten-Taylor, media sales director for Digital Sin. "The series is very popular and we get asked for new releases constantly. No one makes this but us; there isn't another like it on the market. It's a very distinct line and that's what keeps consumers hooked."
"The Innocence of Youth 8" captures the total submission of four young women made to look like dolls for the pleasure of their lustful owners. The movie marks Canadian-born rising star Marley Brinx's Digital Sin debut and her first performance in an American production.
"'I was dressed up to look like a doll, with a red frilly dress and big doll eyes," Brinx said. "It's a really good scene. I worked with James Deen, who's a great performer. This was the first scene I shot for Digital Sin. It was also my first scene shot in the U.S. The crew made me feel extremely comfortable — like they always do! I love working for New Sensations/Digital Sin. They always treat you like family!"
"Innocence of Youth 8" has a runtime of 147 minutes and includes an exclusive photo gallery, a candid Behind-the-Scenes featurette, and two bonus scenes. The male cast also includes Chad White, Xander Corvus and Ramon Nomar.
To view the trailer for "Innocence of Youth 8," click here.
This month also saw the release of spin-off series "Innocence Bound," starring Rachael Madori, Karlee Grey, Mia Pearl, and Brinx.