New Sensations Releases 'Submission of Emma Marx — Exposed'
CANOGA PARK, Calif. — New Sensations today released "The Submission of Emma Marx — Exposed," the third and final chapter in the globally acclaimed BDSM franchise from award-winning writer and director Jacky St. James.
The eagerly anticipated sequel closes the book on the trilogy and reunites leads Penny Pax and Richie Calhoun, reprising their roles as Emma Marx and William Frederick, an unconventional couple living a contractual BDSM relationship.
Set in Atlanta, the film finds the couple taking in the new scenery and enjoying each other until an unexpected change in Emma's life makes her question the merits of a BDSM relationship.
"No one expected 'Emma Marx' to be trilogy,” St. James said “The impact the character has had on audiences is remarkable and to have the opportunity to tell Emma's story at length has been rewarding and a highlight of my career.
“This series has always been about Emma and her motivations for exploring a BDSM relationship, a choice that has always been hers, nobody else's. I feel we've honored that to the end and I'm grateful to my dedicated crew and my performers, who wholeheartedly invested themselves into their characters and the paths those characters would take."
"The Submission of Emma Marx — Exposed" sees the return of superstar Riley Reid in her role as Emma's bubbly sister, Nadia, and Van Wylde as Nadia's husband, Ray.
Sara Luvv cameos as William's former submissive in a kink-fueled scene with series newcomer Samantha Hayes.
Rounding out the cast, and also new to the films, are Aidra Fox and Ryan Driller, as a mysterious stranger who enters Emma's world.
The trilogy’s second movie, "The Submission of Emma Marx — Boundaries" was recognized at the 2016 XBIZ Awards with wins for Screenplay of the Year, Best Editing and Best Supporting Actress, a second win for Reid in the role of Emma's sister.
Reid won the 2014 XBIZ Awards’ Best Supporting Actress for her role in the first film from the trilogy.
To view the trailer for "The Submission of Emma Marx: Exposed," click here.