Cassie Del Isla and Dorian Del Isla reveal there was one condition they agreed to with Jacquie et Michel for their first movie as directors.
The French porn couple had to be themselves.
“The company trusted us to direct this movie,” Cassie tells AVN. “To make a movie with Dorian with only one order: ‘Make it like you want. Make it like you are. Make it sexy and fun.’”
The movie Ibiza, shot on location in the island paradise where the Del Isla’s call home, is part reality TV, part porno, taking viewers behind the scenes of how Cassie and Dorian work hard—and play harder.
The couple not only co-directed the movie, they also performed in it, hiring popular fellow performers Alexis Crystal and Lucy Heart to co-star along with James Klein and Vlad Castle in a romp that goes from the club, to the beach, to the villa with other stops in between.
“This movie was incredible to make and amazing to watch. I am proud to feel myself really horny when I watch the scenes,” Cassie says.
“The production was exciting—making a movie as a report on our life there and inviting people into our house for three funny and sexy days,” Dorian tells AVN. “It was like a reality show—original and super hot!”
Dorian continues, “It was an amazing experience… We co-directed some gonzo scenes in Australia for the same company and performed, too. We can’t think about directing a group sex scene and not be a part of it.”
It’s only fitting that Cassie and Dorian made their directing debut for Jacquie et Michel because that is the same studio for which they made their performing debut in 2016.
Cassie, who was born on Ile de la Reunion, a small island east of Madagascar that is a department of France, met her husband Dorian in 2013 at The Private strip club, an establishment that he owned before adult. They married in 2015.
Dorian is a former paratrooper in the French Army who is a childhood friend of veteran performer/director Tristan Seagal; the future porn star/producers grew up Bordeaux.
Dorian says he and Cassie overcame some minor difficulty with the production of Ibiza, but “nothing hard, thank god!”
“Only the first day there was a thunderstorm and rain fell on the island,” he says. “But after that the hot sun and the blue sky came fast and we start to play!”
Cassie says the production on occasion was “stressful,” but the atmosphere on the island kept everyone in a good mood in spite of some of the challenges that arose.
“Ibiza vibes make people calm down,” she says. “It was in a place we like, with people we like, under the sun, filming on the beach—a dream for a production.”
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