SAN FRANCISCO — NakedSword Originals today released the second episode of hit series “Berkeley: Sophomore Year," the follow-up to the studio's 2016 series that takes place in the university town of Berkeley, Calif.
Shot on location by NakedSword's award-winning director mr. Pam, “Berkeley: Sophomore Year” centers around political dissent, free speech marches and antifa protesters that have come about in the past year.
“Berkeley: Sophomore Year” runs through the end of March and features a cast that includes campus alumni recruiter Wesley Woods, freshman Timothy Drake, Berkeley’s Republican Club President Leo Forte and Democratic Club President Timarrie Baker. Antifa protestors Justin Brody and Teddy Bryce round out the cast along with professor Dallas Steele and student David Emblem.
NakedSword Director mr. Pam said of the second episode, "This is one of the most natural scenes I've ever filmed.”
“Leo and Timarrie are fuck-buddies off camera and their chemistry is so obvious and real which made the scene unfold very organically,” mr. Pam said. “These guys know what they are doing. Leo is such a talent and Timarrie is amazing. Both guys are very comfortable with each other so they really go there which makes this scene a real standout."
Check out the second episode of “Berkeley: Sophomore Year” on NakedSword.com.