Also on Video presents
The Flying Rabbits Interview
JustMeMike chats with Al the Editor and Pete Small, director of upcoming video release Double Dutch, which features Kerry Marie, Lorna Morgan and Chaz.
JMM: Good afternoon gentlemen, and thanks for agreeing to meet with Also On Video. Since this is Al-the-Editor's office as well as his home turf, I won't ask him how his travel went to get here. Me? I flew out of New York on New Year's Day. What about you, Pete? Are you a local lad? Or do you hail from some place exotic?
Pete: [Defensively] Who wants to know? Let's just say I'm a European and leave it at that. Right?
JMM: Umm, thanks. We are here to talk about Double Dutch. Let's begin with Al. You and I go back a long-time; late 1997 was when we first hooked up. I first heard about this last spring. R & D had been publishing on the web for many years. How and why did R & D Productions evolve, and specifically what is your involvement in the video, and what was the inspiration to make Double Dutch?
Al: It all started with a Reader Survey in R & D a few years ago, when we asked what people would prefer to see — and what not to see — in big bust videos. We got ourselves a list which included repeated requests for stuff like models talking about themselves, trying on bras, measuring each other and walking around in the street fully dressed. As opposed, presumably, to walking about the streets stark bollock naked.
JMM: Hmm, can't remember complaining about women walking around naked. Al, the opening credits say R & D Productions present a Flying Rabbits Film — who or what is that? Are they the suits who put up the money, aka the financiers? And along those lines, what was the size of the crew, and what kind of budget did the movie have?
Al: R & D Productions
is up there in the credits to establish a link between the video and R & D.
Flying Rabbits is the gang who made the video.
Incidentally, they have absolutely no connection with any other
similarly named production company anywhere else in the world, and we
have no idea who thought of such a ridiculous name, except that we
thought of it first. The Producer is named as Martin Solo, who is based
in Amsterdam and put up the money.
JMM: Yup, back in the States, we call it looking busy even if you're not. Pete, you were brought in as Director. Tell us a bit about your background. Did you work in feature films, adult videos, television, commercials, or all of the above before taking the helm?
Pete: [Guardedly] Yes, all of the above. Why not?
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