Directed, Written, Shot, Scored and Edited by Hugh Richards
Executive Producer David Sutton

In this video confessional, five couples enter into therapy to discuss their innermost secrets, divulging troubled relationships, twisted fantasies and sensual dreams, transporting the viewer into their personal and private lives. Each partner confesses their untold delights without reservation—and through the camera lens, we are their confessional box. We are the voyeurs that hold their deepest, darkest desires private and in our confidence, as they unfold their dreams one after another, and we are the eyewitness to it all. Honest, candid, and without hesitation, the couples confront each other’s hidden fears, marital problems, and sexual frustrations. Emily (Raven Alexis) is a sexually frustrated housewife married to her high school sweetheart and looking for more out of a relationship. She explores sexual interludes with her business associate, Allen, and then ventures into uncharted territory with a foray into light bondage with her girlfriend-turned-lover, Samantha, played by (Dia Zerva), an office manager during the week and a lifestyle-swinging free spirit on weekends. Celeste (Kiara Diane) is a young college student struggling with her new sexual freedom. She feels uncomfortable with her one night stands, questioning whether it’s right to be so free with her body, but her body yearns for more, which is just what she gets from new lover, Peter. Tasha (Jennifer Dark) is a young, Czech Republic girl, sold into prostitution and enslaved by her abusive pimp husband played by (Joey Brass). He violates her in every way, sodomizing her and punishing her when she doesn’t earn her expected keep. Lisa (Ashley Roberts) and her husband, Patrick, have a new child and their sex life has suffered from Lisa’s unwillingness to be sexual again. They’re looking to bring their sex life back into their relationship once again, remembering how very sexual they were together in the past—when it was hot and heavy.

Hugh Richards brings a beautiful yet straightforward and raw approach to his directorial debut – keeping things intimate, as in his photography style, looking behind the closed doors, into the souls, exposing the true essence of his actors’ private lives. Blunt and unyielding, he starkly exposes their long held desires within the boundaries of his lens.

“Stripped – A Confessional” Streets November 24, 2009.

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