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PUT the NEEDLE on the RECORD

Pink and White Productions

Runtime: 10 min.


“Terry claims to have fucked her, but that’s highly suspect.”
“I did fuck her, and I will tell you how….”

Remember that one person from high school… so hot EVERYONE wanted to fuck them, but no one dare try? For these four friends that person was Samantha, and as they get high and spin vinyl, one of them claims to remember her just a bit better than the others. Terry lifts the narrative needle, but are they just looking to repeat a past track, or get into a new groove?

A soft-core short film by Shine Louise Houston. Please note: no drugs were consumed in the filming of this video; the ‘joint’ was created with the use of dried herbs like sage.


Short Film Competition Nominee
2014 Berlin PornFilmFest
Official Selection
SF Transgender Film Festival 2014
Official Selection
2015 Cinekink NYC
Official Selection
2015 XPOSED Queer Porn Film Festival Berlin
Nominated
2015 Feminist Porn Awards
Official Selection
2015 La Exhibicion Cultura Sexplicita - SPAIN
Official Selection
2015 Frameline San Francisco International LGBTQ Film Festival
Official Selection
2015 Paris International Lesbian and Feminist Film Festival
HerProcess Screening
2017 San Francisco State University
Official Selection
Festival MIX - Milano, Italy
Official Selection
London Lesbian Film Festival, Ontario
Special Presentation
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Official Selection
Perv Film Festival, Sydney Australia
Special Presentation
2015 International Human Rights Film Festival in Austria, Vienna





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