At the end of September, I worked with Sativa for the second time that month. The video we produced breaks the tie she was in with Amy Starr for the most appearances with Narrow-minded Productions. We were able to use Sativa’s own apartment building, which made shooting this one pretty easy.
The story of “Miss Me Yet?” starts out fun and playful. Sativa has returned home after being away for several years. (Art imitates life.) She thinks to surprise her friends by dropping in at their place. When she finds that no one seems to be home, she decides to take a bath while she is waiting. It is only through an exchange of instant messages that Sativa learns otherwise, that she has arrived at the wrong address. And what’s worse, she has already taken off all her clothes in a stranger’s apartment!
The video takes a suspenseful turn, as Sativa discovers her clothes missing (of course) and has to sneak around trying to figure out what is going on, while formulating a plan for an escape. This encompasses the second half of the story.
I have had the pleasure to work with Peanuth O’Toole for the music selection again. The first piece he composed, used here as an introduction and throughout the first part, is sweet cello melody. This was chosen as the cello is suggestive of Sativa’s curvaceous figure, as well as creating a simple, unassuming tone. It is called “A Party Awaits”.
The other music used in the middle part, is more of the plucking of strings. It evokes the image of dripping water… or a naked woman tiptoeing around an unfamiliar setting. This track is called “Suspense in the Bath”.
The full video came out to be approximately 22 minutes in running time. It is available in 3 parts at my clips4sale store.