Strike: A Luciafilms Original Movie
Riley Ransom has been on the lam for weeks, cooped up in an abandoned fighting ring on orders from MADAM OBLIVION to stay low ever since a run-in with rookie heroine Rift. While blowing off steam, the foe herself shows up to bring him in. What results is a knock-down drag-out brawl between the pair unlike anything we’ve ever filmed, from the first person perspective of Riley himself. If you are a fan of brutal combat and beat-downs, this relentless film will be a must-have.
Direct trailer link: http://secure.netcode.com/Images/Trailers/Strike Trailer.mp4
This film includes:
-The longest fight we’ve ever filmed.
-Villainous Drug Use.
-Face Punching/Kicking for Days
-Many Low Blows.
-Forced Oral in Multiple Positions.
-Simulated Sex in Multiple Positions.
We hope you enjoy this experiment from us! We worked pretty hard on it and while the First Person perspective will undoubtedly not be to everyone’s taste, we are proud to bring you a new potential genre in our lineup with the longest fight scene we have ever filmed. It is bonkers. Really. More to come soon as we can get them to you. Stay safe, healthy, and wash your hands!
The Luciafilms Team!
I still haven’t figured out… is the first two near-defeat Rift’s actual faking because of… “sheer boredom”? If not, then damn she’s really over her head. If she is, then… does she really enjoy pretending to be defeated even when she’s in control?
Lucy, as always, is amazing! Your hair is stunning!
Not even a POV fan in the slightest, but this one looks great! Well shot judging from stills and trailer
at face value i think this is an quality production with a few shortcomings! keep the awesome work coming 🙂
-straight to the point action
-film style is unique and done with excellence
-video is grainy at times, understandably due to the use of a more portable camera setup
-lack of story/setting development
-some cuts disrupt the flow of the movie
This was amazing. The best pov film I’ve ever seen. The choreography was impressive. I have no idea how you planned that. It reminded me of the movie hardcore henry. Lucy is definitely my fave performer at the moment. I can see she has a background in dance, Gymnastics and martial arts.
amazing work yet again!!! when is the next one coming out? can I buy into the next one?
How does one actually buy this? I saw the link for the trailer but nothing else I have clicked on takes me anywhere where I can see the price with an option purchase.
After years of waiting for a worthy video to impress and wanting to purchase…this video emerges…
Well done. Keep it up.
The fuck is that card table made out of?!? Lol
This looks awesome and I hope to see this genre continue to expand in this direction!!
This video was really incredible and unique. – Lucy is a great actress; her reactions were believable and her choreography timing with Christoph were excellent. Dialogue was well delivered, as were cries! – The PoV was steady and not too dizzying. It was also great that the camera was rigged on the head and not handheld. – The back and forth was awesome. Too many videos now are something like Phase 1: Fight, Phase 2: Peril, with a different blend. But this video really had both blended together perfectly. It seemed so realistic of a true fight, and gave plenty… Read more »
First: bullseye. It was so engaging that any glitches and shortcomings were barely noticed and mostly forgotten. Sorry I can’t be more critical today 😉 Second: shout-out to Lucy’s magnificent mane. You look gorgeous, the way you move sets my heart aflutter, and you apologize to no one. I hope to see you in action again soon, and I hope you have a long lustrous career — but regardless, thank you for all your hard work, and for gracing us with your presence. Third: Lucy, good grief, what a badass. So lucky to have you behind and in front of… Read more »
Truly impressed with how this video turned out. I like the idea of POV (simulation) at times, but it rarely turns out the way imagined. This film really sold the content. The large chunks of footage with combat that would have been impressive if even in a standard video, somehow sold every hit, blow, and reaction as if it actually happened. Even the sexual peril, which was a much larger portion of the film that I expected, was done exceptionally. I don’t know how you did it, but bravo. Very impressive. This film gave me an awesome idea that I… Read more »
You’d have better luck emailing Lucia
Thanks! I may do that.
Okay, I’m another one of those people who normally isn’t into the POV thing. But if you are going to do POV, you’d better do it well. And they do it VERY well in this video. First of all Lucy is great. I totally love her costume in this one. I’m one of those prefer my heroines to wear pantyhose guys, but Lucy has a sensational body and she looks perfect in this costume. I bought this because I liked Lucy’s performance so much in Nightmare. Anyhow, this is really well done. There were a few moments early on in… Read more »
Thank you for taking the time to write out your thoughts on the film, and we’re overjoyed you had such a positive reaction as another fence sitter! We were not sure how this would go over at all and harbored very real worries it would not be enjoyable to this genre audience. It is very exciting to see such positive reactions, and now we’re sitting here trying to brainstorm how to raise the bar even further with the next film we do in this format. All we know is that there is still a lot of room for wild creativity… Read more »
When do we get to see the “Super Sisters” (Xiphos and Lucy) take on the all powerful Queen Witch (McKenzie)?
Ahaha. This has actually been discussed multiple times. Maybe we’ll all get lucky and someone will commission a good script for this!
omg I am a huge POV fan. Its difficult to find it done well in porn let alone this genre. I shall definitely get this and then post a review
Exciting! Most people are either on the fence or outright not fans of PoV. It will be interesting to hear from someone who is a big fan of it. We look forward to reading it!
Hello Lucia Films. I have sent you an email asking informations about a custom film but I have not received any reply.
Not surprising. A while back I sent them a script for a custom, after having had given them a rough idea of what it would contain, telling me they were looking all forward to seeing it. Then no reply at all. If it wasn’t what they would care to do, they could have at least said so.
Everyone gets busy. You should try following up to see if Lucia received there email, or if it got pushed under more emails. I was really surprised when I found out how many emails Lucia gets daily. So check in!
Very sorry, Krisp. As Xiphos said below we get a bit slammed sometimes and either it takes a bit to get to e-mails or (unfortunately) sometimes they get lost in the pile. It bears no disinterest or disrespect meant! Often times e-mails come with 10+ page scripts that we then have to have meetings over, then corresponding outwards through e-mails with various other people involved, etc etc. It’s a bee-hive! But please. We are very pro being reminded. If you feel like too long has passed without a reply, we welcome a ping here and there. It can help us… Read more »
Wow. I waffled a bit on buying this because I’m not a huge fan of the POV style. In the end I took a chance and got it. I am very pleased that I did. I can’t think of another SHIP film that has long, long sequences of fight scenes without cuts, let alone fights this well choreographed. I can only imagine the amount of practice that went into this project. It actually kind of blows my mind that you guys put the effort into doing this. I’m sure early on there was a tough decision about whether to make… Read more »
Well stated all around!
Thank you Bert! And yes. We’ve definately got an eye on the complications of wanting traditional shots to help sell certain details that are hidden by the PoV, though the PoV also highlights are details usually missed. So it is an interesting trade off. We’ve discussed narrative ways to have a bit of both and you may well see some of that down the line at some point.
Yeah, I’ve been thinking about that too. One option would be to lure a heroine into a dark web pay per view fight where well-heeled gamblers could bet on the outcome of the fight. That would offer an explanation for her opponent wearing the camera rig, and for the other cameraman being there as well, since that person will inevitably be in some of the PoV shots. Then you can offer both viewpoints, and even do slo-mo instant replays and the like.
I’m not usually a fan of POV. The person usually has the camera in one hand while using the other for action. But, this took POV to a new level. It really immersed you in the combat, almost like a VR experience. I was going to buy this anyway because I consider everything Lucia does a must buy and I think Lucy is great. I truly enjoyed this video. Keep experimenting and innovating Lucia.
Thank you for your kind words and patronage! Glad it was enjoyable for you!
During this time, are you not taking custom requests right now?
We are! Though they may be a bit more stringent on what we can do right now due to health and safety concerns for actors and staff. We are happy to discuss things with you and the participants to see if we can make your vision happen.
That’s good, don’t know if you read private messages sent on here but I sent one to say what my email address was. Hope it’s within your’s and the talent’s wheelhouse.
We do not often see the PM’s on this website, no. Your best bet is you e-mail us at contact@-LuciaFilms-.rocks !
Fantastic! Very innovative and something different for those complaining about the staleness of films we get. Action is top notch seemingly better than the normal fights we get and in first person this is surprisingly effective. Other POV films do not hold a candle to this as the flow of the fight is unbroken and the impacts satisfying. I will say the biggest con goes hand in hand with one of the pros that being picture quality. This is not as sharp as stationary cams heavily reminding me of VR quality videos if anyone has tried those. Lighting though is… Read more »
Having time to view this properly wanted to reiterate this is a 10/10 must have movie.
Would love to see more POV of this same quality with other actresses if possible.
The POV in particular allows for closeups that you don’t see in normall videos. Facial expressions and great body shots.
Thank you for the kind words! The action was able to go up a bit higher notch than usual due to a perfect storm combination of having our two most choreography trained actors on set at the same time (Lucy and Christoph, often seen in Rye Films), which virtually never happens as Christoph is mostly retired. Most actors and actresses have rudimentary experience and the scenes have to be broken down into short takes of generally simple actions. Christoph and Lucy are trained well enough that an entire chunk of the films ending battle was ad-libbed and just them kicking… Read more »
Damn I loved.
Woohoo! Thrilled it was enjoyed! Admittedly a bit nervous.
Trivia: -The villain actor accidentally gets wolloped in the face for real somewhere during the movie. See if you can spot it! It looked so good we kept it in the movie! -There was an equipment accident outtake that was so bonkers, it was included as a post credits bonus scene. Don’t miss it! -This was filmed during quarantine. The staff off camera are effectively wearing hazmat suits and everything was re-sterilized between takes. -The costume originally had traditional heels, but after an afternoon of rehearsal we quickly realized they were too dangerous for the stunts. -There are less cuts… Read more »
Took a bit longer to go up for sale than intended! Very sorry. But it is up and out now. We sincerely hope you enjoy!
We are very excited.
It’s fine if you want a dash of POV here and there to spice up a normal video.
But when you commit to a real POV scene without breaking the conceit, it’s a totally different immersive experience.
I hope this really commits. I’m not a big fan of protracted fight scenes in this genre, because the attendant genre conventions take me out of it — but this could be something special.
Tip: if you get motion sickness, watch the video in a smaller window.
Well we hope this hits the mark for you on that. A great deal of effort was put in to make it one long, crazy brawl (even the dialog is woven into it).
Thank you for the tip! Hopefully it helps some people. None of us, including our editor, experienced any motion sickness, but we are also hardcore gamers. So. We might be used to that sort of motion, or it could just be an individual thing. Either way! Sincere hopes that people’s tummies are not bothered.
WOW, this looks AMAZING!!
Thanks! It was a crazy project. We had to re-learn and experiment so many things to get the feel right, and there is still so much more to grow.
This actress is phenomenal. She is so convincing in her performances.
Loved her in the last movie she was in too as she really sold those backbreakers / bearhugs.
She really, really is. She is also the only one we could have asked to help with this particular project as she is currently our only actress on staff with extensive choreography and stunt training. She is as amazing off camera when helping to design the scenes as she is on camera performing them, which is why you see her doing some of the more extreme things in our films. There are some backbreakers and bear hugs in this too, we are super curious to know if they translate to first person at all. Will be interesting to see how… Read more »
I’m not an aficionado, but if there was a backbreaker, I couldn’t distinguish it. And while I could tell a bearhug was happening, it was mostly because of what I *couldn’t* see. It may be that you just can’t satisfy fans of some kinds of moves within the limitations of the POV conceit. OTOH, there are surely moves and shots unique to first-person that you haven’t found or fully explored yet. So I hope this gets enough interest that you get to do it again, whether it’s purely-first-person or just uses first-person as a significant part of the narrative (not… Read more »
looks interesting, when is the release ?
Five minutes ago! (Sorry.)
i like the video.
the costume for lucy is an excellent choice.
xD someone else had a flashback from the film Hardcore Henry when the guy gave himself the injection ?
Just like the last epic one you did – please just take my money 😛
Buying ASAP 🙂
Watching it all come together definitely felt pretty epic. Proud of everyone involved. This one was HARD. We’ve haven’t shot a film even a third this physically demanding before.
Hope you enjoy!
Holy crap, this looks awesome. Lucy is awesome, she’s one of my favorites right now.
Ours too! Her enthusiasm and work ethic is off the charts.
This is AWESOME. Going to buy it as soon as it’s live.
Some comments on POV:
It may be worth having another camera person to pick up some of the shots you lose by filming it exclusively in POV and cutting to that on occasion to break things up for those of us with ADD (which, is like everyone these days)
I was getting a little motion sick watching the villain recoil from her blows. It’s an awesome effect, but I wonder if others found it distracting?
This is one of those big unknowns for us. We knew that the visuals could potentially cause adverse reactions for some people. (That’s actually one of the reasons the trailer had a length fight scene clip in it, to help people decide before buying.)
Imagineer had a good tip for this a few posts up. Hopefully it helps!
Love that Lucia is mixing up his style. Really cool to see different directors broaden their concepts in such a way. I think it’s a good addition specifically for when you see the villain handling the heroine. For example, I like the idea of that perspective when the villain grabs the heroine by her top and drags her up to her knees and when he’s fondling her. But what about incorporating that perspective with the usual one? I like the idea of both, but too much of the POV perspective takes away from the video for me. But again, that’s… Read more »
I’m pretty certain Lucia is a she. At least I would assume it is based on the name. I always toyed with the idea of Lucy being Lucia of Luciafilms, but perhaps that’s just my theory. Anyway.. when was there ever a guy named ‘Lucia’?
Did… did you two just ASSUME Lucia’s gender?! *angry triggered sounds*
I hope Lucia’s gender remains uncertain to me. Seeing the studio’s work without being sure of Lucia’s identity affects my biases in a way I enjoy.
Going back and forth between POV and Standard Camera introduces a lot of extra complexities you might not expect. So that is a bit tricky. For instant, the villain is wearing a head-rig for the camera (this one was fairly simple, but we’ve ideas to make it better in the future) that is insanely tight and kinda silly looking to keep it anchored during all of the stunts. If you pull back the camera, you will see this, and if you take it off for those scenes, the actor still has massive lines and indentations all over their face from… Read more »
No need to!
I do like this actress, and this costume style! But I am one who doesn’t really enjoy first-person / POV filming! I expect the quality is high and hope this film is loved.
Perfectly valid! We knew it wouldn’t be for everyone going into the project. But what movie is?
Thank you for the kind words!
This. Looks. Remarkable. Will be checking out.
We sincerely hope you enjoy it!
Sadly, not for me. This particular actress is not my cup of tea.
Perfectly okay! There will be many movies with many actresses. Thank you for keeping your comment respectful.
Watched the trailer and I think this look incredible. There has been POV stuff in the heroine genre before, but this is taking it to another level and in the best possible way. Not only is it unique, but it looks like it’s done VERY well. Saw several jump cuts in the trailer, but they were all so seamless. The heroine looks great as well. I am just really impressed with this and for me at least, it’s a much needed change in the heroine peril genre. I’m so glad to see a producer like Lucia Films think outside the… Read more »
Thank you! There are like.. two.. jump cuts in the movie that we just.. couldn’t fix in post. Because of accidental changes between takes we didn’t catch until later. We blended them as best we could but you will probably notice them. The rest, we are pretty damned proud of and hope won’t be noticed at all, so that they do not distract from the movie. It was a HUGE prerogative of ours to invest a lot of time into the cuts. We wanted the movie to feel like one long cut, and I feel like we mostly succeeded! Thank… Read more »