Award-winning Pink and White Productions director Shine Louise Houston returns with a movie that is intensely erotic and yet far more than just a porn movie. She brings all of the skills and talent cultivated through The Crash Pad, Superfreak and The Wild Search to this, her crossover masterpiece. Jessie Eaton (Syd Blakovich) is a hotshot martial artist in the fight of her life... and for her life. While training for the fight that will make or break her career, she is also haunted by her relationship with her ex-girlfriend Kathy Summers (Jiz Lee) and confronted with her attraction to Violet Vahn (Dallas)... her opponent. And her nemesis, Bobby Malone (Javier), is demanding that she throw the fight, or else. Jessie never loses, but this time, what does winning actually mean?
Awards & Recognition
- 2009 Feminist Porn Award's "Movie of the Year"
- Nominated 2010 AVN Awards Best Video Feature
- Selected - Berlin Porn Film Festival
- Selected - Frameline San Francisco Film Festival
“There is power in creating images, and for a woman of color and a queer to take that power… I don’t find it exploitative; I think it’s necessary.”
- Shine Louise Houston
"Shine is the producer, director and creator behind what is one of the hottest, most authentic lesbian porn companies around..."
- Violet Blue on NPR
"Shine Louise Houston is one of the most influential, groundbreaking and talented queer filmmakers of this century."
- Tristan Taormino
- Behind the scenes interviews
Why We Like It
- Pink & White Productions is a queer woman of color owned and operated porn company.
- From Award Winning director, Shine Louise Houston (a former GV SESA!)
- Really authentic sex scenes with a refreshing view of queer sexuality and gender.
As pioneers in queer porn, Pink & White Productions challenges the definitions of gender and sexual orientation. Some movies feature transgender men and women, as well as genderqueer performers. Most include cisgender* women, and some even have cisgender men as performers.
*Cisgender refers to people who experience and present their gender in a way that’s aligned with the sex of their body. It contrasts with transgender, which refers to people who experience their gender as different from the physical sex they were assigned at birth.
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