Featuring Sandra and introducing the beautiful Danielle, this story is about what happens when a hotel books two women in the same room. Sandra is not happy with the arrangement and she is not shy about making her displeasure known. On the other hand, Danielle is sugary sweet and would like to try to get along. She never expected the dark-haired lady with a fiery temper to go so far as strip the clothes right off her body and toss them out of the room! However, from there, things only escalate as Sandra seeks to shame the young woman into leaving.
The theme of this video follows closely what I wrote in my post almost a year ago, about Girls bullying Girls. Although playful in spirit, the relationship between the two characters is very much Sandra dominating Danielle, who is more submissive in her reactions. The nudity is one-sided for almost the entire production until the very end.
There is a twist, of course, and both ladies will find themselves locked out in the hallway without any clothes.
While shooting this video, there were multiple takes for every scene throughout. Also, there are stretches of minutes that go by with the three of us discussing how to approach the dialogue and best play out the actions. The result is that by the time I was reaching the exciting potential for more public nudity, my camera’s memory capacity was near full. I could not have recorded more, even if I wanted to. There are a lot of outtakes for me to work with.
The full music soundtrack was provided by Peanuth O’Toole, featuring a number of varied pieces. Opening up to the strumming of a Spanish style guitar, the track called “Ay Caramba” reminded me of a Mexican stand-off, a gunslinger duel in the old west. I used this as a theme for Sandra, and whenever her character is manipulating the other girl.
Danielle’s entrance is accompanied by a track called “Angel Country”. This has a folksy, down home on the farm type feel to it, meant to reflect her character’s simple and unassuming personality. As I was working with it, this music also reminded me of those old Motel 6 commercials with Tom Bodett (“We’ll leave the light on for ya.”) and that fit perfect with the hotel location.
Finally, as things start to heat up toward the end, Peanuth composed a spicy bass and horns number called “You Lovely Island”. This is the music that takes the video into its dashing conclusion and the credits.
The full video runs about 12 and a half minutes. I have broken it down into 2 parts, and it is available at my clips4sale store.