July 12, 2005 12:00am
Metro Signs DCypher
Source: Metro Interactive
by: Company Press Release
(CHATSWORTH, CA) -- Metro announced today that they have signed rising director DCypher to a one-year exclusive contract. The news comes fresh off a string of stellar reviews about his new Cal Vista feature title, Prisoner, which hit streets on June 21st and immediately sold record numbers for the company. Despite riding a huge industry buzz, the budding auteur remains focused on making high quality productions over the course of his contract.
"I'm interested in well crafted story lines that engage the viewer," explains DCypher. "Too many people that make features try to cut out all of the interesting dialogue and cerebral qualities of their show, either because they are afraid to push their performers or because they don't understand how it operates inside a narrative. My goal is to find the perfect synergy between the two, between the intellect and the heart, without compromising the intensity of the sex. That's the formula."
Judging by the hype surrounding his first release, the alchemy is working out just fine. Metro's found another golden director to add to their list.
Although a major player in the adult industry for the better part of a decade, DCypher usually keeps a low profile. In that time he's written, produced, and directed for every major company in adult entertainment, racking up over two hundred screenwriting credits for his scripts and capturing the 2003 AVN Award for Best Screenplay-Video. Prisoner marked the first big budget feature for the visionary. Wonderland, which the director describes as pure homage to Nabokov's Lolita, is his next project.
"There are elements of Lolita in Wonderland," DCypher offers, "As well as the whole femme fatale slash bad girl mystique that Drew Barrymore carries in Poison Ivy. From there it splits off and there is nothing traditional about it, either in storytelling or framework. I'm really excited about the upcoming shoot."
Despite being the author of some of porn's darkest feature titles to date, DCypher claims that he is less concerned with making glossy nihilistic interpretations of sex and society than introducing deeper levels of intricacy. He claims he draws his inspiration more from the printed word than from the silver screen.
"I'm influenced a lot by literature, more so than movies, and it's to that art form I tend to gravitate when I'm creating something, especially contemporary literary fiction."
A laconic grin appears on his face at the mention of his plans for the upcoming year, but gentle prodding uncovers this spoiler.
"I plan on using three of the titles to create and interlocking series of tales," offers DCypher. "Together they'll form the basis of a fourth title that resolves the storyline. It's something I've wanted to do since I started in this business that has never been done. I don't want to say too much and ruin it."
For now fans, and those consumed with envy, will have to wait and see what comes next.
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