Puzzy Power is the world's only company producing erotic mainstream feature films with explicit sex. So if high quality filmmaking combined with true erotica sounds like a good idea - look no further!
"It is never too late to give up our prejudices.
No way of thinking or doing, however ancient,
can be trusted without proof. (...)
What old people say you cannot do, you try and find that you can.
Old deeds for old people, and new deeds for new."
- Henry David Thoreau
The goal of Innocent Pictures is to bridge the gap between mainstream and adult, by uniting all the best qualities associated with adult entertainment and mainstream filmmaking into one artistic, commercial and widely palatable package - in short producing the best erotic films ever made.
Furthermore, just as Zentropa is famous for putting out a great variety of product, so Innocent Pictures aims to produce several kinds of adult films, continually pushing the envelope and exploring new exciting areas of erotic cinema, ranging from fully explicit, couples-oriented videos to softer, theatrically released feature films.
Zentropa itself was founded in 1992 as a result of the successful co-operation between director Lars von Trier and producer Peter Aalbæk Jensen on the award-winning feature "Europa".
Amongst Zentropa's best known productions is Lars von Trier´s Academy Award-nominated "Breaking the Waves", which took the Grand Prix at Cannes in 1996 and went on to gross some $30 million worldwide.
Lars von Trier has always had a profound interest in erotic cinema and so, in 1997 Zentropa started an adult line called Puzzy Power. Zentropa thus became the world's first and only mainstream studio producing hardcore adult films.
Puzzy Power first produced the hardcore films "Constance" (1998) and "Pink Prison" (1999), both starring Katja Kean. Marketed for female audiences, "Constance" and "Pink Prison" have generated considerable international media attention, acchieving a position as the two best-selling sex videos in Scandinavia. In 2003, "Pink Prison" won the Venus Award as Best Scandinavian Film.
Later followed "HotMen CoolBoyz" (2000), produced under Zentropa's HotMale-banner and starring Ron Athey and Billy Herrington. AVN gave the film an exclusive AAAA½ Editors' Choice review, stating that "Moments after the video begins … the viewer comes to realize that this is no ordinary video tape", concluding that the film's director "has created true erotica". The film was nominated for five GayVN Awards including Best Foreign Release.
Erotic, sexually explicit images and descriptions have long since become an accepted part of almost every other art form, including literature, sculpture, painting and photography. It seems logical that the next phase in this development must involve the art of motion picture entertainment.
Technically speaking, the actors in our films will have real sex, and penetration will be shown. Use of gynaecological closeups, facial cumshots etc. however, will be avoided, so our films will fit into the so-called "XX" or "couples" classification, which will easily make them legal even in England and facilitate sales to most Pay-TV stations and hotel chains. All films will also be edited in softcore-versions (with no explicit images).
The sex should not be disturbing or harmful, but charming and attractive. Sex will not be combined with violence, the infliction of pain or physical harm. We will avoid sexual situations likely to encourage an interest in abusive sexual activity, any sexual activity which involves lack of consent, as well as any activity which is degrading or dehumanizing. And at all time should it emerge as an integrated part of the story and its character relations.
Our films will be appealing even to people who don't ususally like to watch sex videos, as well as fun and exciting to watch for both male and female audiences.