MONTREAL—Couples-friendly adult studio Sweet Sinner is set to begin The Fairy Tale Series, which adds “passionate sex scenes and a modern twist to classic tales of enchanted love.”
The debut release from the series, Sinderella & Me, arrives in stores and online Jan. 12. Directed by Nica Noelle, the production stars Allie Haze and Manuel Ferrara.
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“We created Sweet Sinner in order to satisfy the demands of a significant portion of the market who was being ignored—female consumers and couples,” said Mile High Media Vice President Jon Blitt. Mile High is Sweet Sinner’s DVD distributor. “The studio has met with great success and acclaim since its inception, but we always want to evolve. The Fairy Tale Series provides a solid foundation of timeless stories, which we are able to combine with Sweet Sinner’s unique brand of eroticism.”
In Sinderella & Me, Noelle revisits one of the most romantic fables of all time. Haze plays the gorgeous servant daughter whose evil step-mother (Darla Crane) and cruel stepsisters (Dylan Ryan and Jiz Lee) are determined to keep her away from rich bachelor Ferrara’s 30th birthday bash.
A servant boy (Wolf Hudson) steps in to help Sinderella, but the stepsisters intervene and punish the hot, young stud by forcing him to attend to their every sexual need. The Fairy Godmother (DeLUXE) comes to Sinderella’s rescue, helping her make it to the ball, where she and Ferrara fall in love at first sight.
But what dirty little secrets do Ferrara and Crane share, and how will the evil MILF use them to get her way with the charming Manuel? A surprising plot twist carries viewers along to a happy ending.
“Fairy tales are the most ideal love stories ever,” director Noelle said. “They teach that anything is possible. In a way, adult movies do the same, allowing viewers to transport to a place where all their sexual fantasies may come true. As viewers will see in Sinderella & Me, combining the two forms of entertainment makes for a hot and passionate experience.”
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