A few months ago, Briella Jaden contacted me and we arranged to shoot another video on the first weekend of November. The idea for this production was to piggyback on the one we did previously, First Day at a New School. That video had ended with Briella forced to undress because she did not have the proper uniform, and was sent to the Principal’s office. While this installment is not meant to be a direct continuation, it does however pick up with Briella in the office only now with a borrowed uniform.
It is the end of the school day, and the Principal requires that she return the school’s property.
There are some continuity issues, due to the fact that the original video was shot back in February. Since then, Briella has cut her hair, which looks adorable but does create an inconsistent timeline. I would suggest this story does not take place the same day, but rather later in the week, after she has been allowed to wear a substitute uniform.
Once she is forced to undress in front of the Principal, she is then sent on her way home, without so much as a spare change of clothing. This would also help explain why she was not able to retrieve her original outfit. The borrowed skirt and sweater combination was all she came to school with on this day.
There is a little bit of outdoor nudity as Briella makes her way to her car outside the school building. While not as extensive as other videos, the scene was still a lot of fun to shoot.
Finally, Briella returns home and slumps down in her bedroom. Exhausted, mentally and physically, the beautiful girl is overwhelmed by the experience and the spectacle of being seen naked by so many people. This leads into an escalation of her arousal, which I hope was done tastefully enough.
The music selections were very important to make this production complete. As noted previously, Briella is not the strongest actress, although she has her moments. I believe the musical element helped fill in the gaps and tie everything together.
I was very happy again with the contribution of Peanuth O’Toole, a guitar track called “Delta Kappa Gamma”, which has an AC/DC vibe to it. Awesome! When this soundtrack plays, the video reminds me of a high school teen comedy from the 1980’s. In addition, we were discussing how the instrument that best represents Briella is an electric guitar, probably the flying-V style.
Then there is a contrast in the use of Chopin’s piano opus, “Scherzo in B flat minor”, which I used for interludes during the scenes in the Principal’s Office. Without this accompaniment, I think the overall feel would be too empty.
On a side note, the Saturday we shot this video was shortly after the hurricane that devastated parts of Long Island. I was grateful that Briella was dedicated enough to make the long trip out here, as she was driving. On top of that, we were facing a critical gas shortage like has not been seen since the 1970’s. I had enough fuel to get me through the rest of the weekend, and fortunately Briella was able to fill up afterward on her way to Connecticut.
And yes, I did put myself in this as the Principal, filmed from behind. I thought it was necessary to give Briella someone on screen to react to. Normally, I don’t like to call attention to myself this way, as Briella should always remain the star attraction.
The full video runs over 16 minutes. It is available in 2 parts at my clips4sale store.