New Sensations' Erotic Stories Series Debuts With BDSM Tale
LOS ANGELES — XBIZ 2013 Studio of the Year New Sensations on Monday will release the first installment in its new Erotic Stories Series, "The Submission of Emma Marx."
With the success of previous lines such as The Romance Series, The Swingers Series, and The Couples Series, the studio knew there was a home for fans of darker, more edgy material.
The film is the creation of the award-winning producer/director team of Eddie Powell and Jacky St. James and a cast of some of the industry's finest talent including Penny Pax, Richie Calhoun, Van Wylde, and XBIZ's 2013 Best New Starlet Riley Reid.
"The Submission of Emma Marx" centers around a woman named Emma (Penny Pax) who is unable to embrace modern-day romantic ideals. Feeling more and more like an outsider as she watches her sister, Nadia (Riley Reid) get swept up into a whirlwind of wedding plans, Emma fears she is emotionally and sexually abnormal. That is, until a chance encounter with a wealthy older man opens her up to a world she never dreamt possible. The two enter into a contractual BDSM relationship that gives her the opportunity to explore the freedom and surrender that comes with the mental and physical aspects of the lifestyle. "The Submission of Emma Marx" introduces the couples' genre to a different kind of love story that will challenge the idea of normalcy.
This latest feature will present more risqué sexual encounters within connected relationships. "What really excites me about this film is that it presents anal sex and BDSM in a tasteful, connected, and romantic way," St. James said. "Often times fans of the couples' genre have voiced concerns over harder core sex, because of the intimidation factor, but our goal was to depict more 'kinky' activities in a safe and positive light. Audiences looking for sex between couples that is both exciting and experimental are going to really enjoy this film."
Lead actress for the film, Penny Pax remarked, "This story is about discovering one's true colors and will show people that love can be found in all different kinds of relationships. I am so proud of this film because of that."
Powell, the reigning XBIZ Director of the Year, last year helmed the XBIZ Award-winning Couples Title of the Year "Torn" along with St. James, who also won the Best Screenplay award for the movie.