SAN FRANCISCO — NakedSword Originals today announced the release of the Rock Candy feature “Secrets & Lies” on DVD and download.
With an all-star cast of Rocco Steele, Trenton Ducati, Colton Grey, Jacob Peterson, Brian Bonds and Brandon Wilde, “Secrets & Lies” has already been a successful release on NakedSword.com and on VOD from AEBN.
The big-budgeted “Secrets & Lies”’ was filmed in California’s Central Valley and follows the sexual exploits that occur on the Ridge Family Farm.
Patriarch Duke Ridge (Rocco Steele) and brother-in-law Fredrick Dodge (Trenton Ducati) run the farm together, earning them a reputation as hard workers and wonderful fathers to their sons Ryder Ridge (Colton Grey) and Beckett Dodge (Jacob Peterson).
But when Beckett learns his father’s darkest secret, he turns to his cousin Ryder for consolation and an unexpected seduction turns the once loving family against each other.
"I'm really so excited about this movie," said director mr. Pam. "The cast was so invested, they really brought the script to life with their lines and dove into their characters above and beyond expectations. This is one of those shoots where everything came together flawlessly, the location, the sex, the script, etc. I believe this could really be the movie of the year."
She went on to say, "I challenged myself to truly make this one of the best movies of my career. I felt compelled to make this even more special because it was in conjunction with Rock Candy and bringing that line back to life. So, the movie had to be something taboo in nature that works with their brand at the same time it had to be new and fresh and I'm happy to say that I believe we delivered just that with ‘Secrets & Lies’."
Tim Valenti, executive producer and president of Falcon Studios Group, said that the studio was “thrilled to have produced this spectacular movie for our sister company Rock Candy, their first new feature in over two years.”
“I believe it will bring Rock Candy to the forefront of the marketplace and will span even more high-quality productions together in the future," he said.