Kendra Spade, Victoria Steffanie are 'Saints & Sinners' for Devil's Film

CHATSWORTH, Calif. — Kendra Spade and Victoria Steffanie explore their sexual fantasies in “Saints & Sinners” for Devil’s Film and Pulse Distribution, now in wholesale/retail release.

Male talent includes Nathan Bronson, Cyrus King, Mike Mancini, Isiah Maxwell and Zac Wild for director Jim Powers. “From romantic lovemaking, to total slut-whore mode, this newest 4K Ultra HD DVD release showcases the versatility of the starlets’ on-camera performances, and includes Victoria’s first-ever DP scene,” a rep said.

In the film, Spade enjoys romantic wedded bliss with Bronson, then a sluttier scenario with Maxwell, while Steffanie enjoys a sensual fantasy with Mancini, then lets her carnal side loose with a pair of strangers (King, Wild).

“We’re really proud to present ‘Saints & Sinners,’” said Pulse VP of sales Maggie Metz. “The whole concept is different from the normal niches Devil’s Film is known for.”

She notes a Devil’s Film colleague, John St. Bong, dreamed up the scenario. “John came up with a great concept: Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a sexual conscience — a good, angelic side, and a naughty, devilish side —competing for dominance in your head all the time? What would it be like if your favorite up-and-coming starlet had one, helping her make her erotic decisions? Kendra and Victoria loved the concept too, and it was fun to see what their decisions were for the scenarios and costars presented to them.”

St. Bong thanked the studio for the “creative control” he was given. “From casting, to wardrobe, to editing, to the box art — the whole process was a lot of work, but so much fun,” he said.

“I’ve always wanted to get into production, but the opportunity never presented itself. As VP of Sales, you get a feel for what consumers want from a retail perspective, but rarely get to try a concept out. Then, being invited to be on set to see that concept come to life — what a great experience! I’ve been invited numerous times by different directors, but never took them up on it. I can’t wait to go again; I learned a long time ago that opportunities are few and far between, so you have to seize the moment when it presents itself. We hope everyone loves ‘Saints & Sinners’ — we’re certainly really proud of the film, and can’t wait to bring more new concepts to life.”

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