Pure Taboo Updates Sophocles In 'The Electra Complex,' Out Today

MONTREAL, QC—Pure Taboo, the company that isn't afraid to explore the darkest areas of the human psyche, is set to release its latest provocative scene, "The Electra Complex," starring Karlee Grey, Angela White and Charles Dera. The scene, which represents Angela White's debut for the Gamma Films-owned company, is available today at .

Directed by Bree Mills and Craven Moorehead, "The Electra Complex" explores the effects on a family after the mother’s death; a young woman (Grey) works to repair her relationship with her stepfather (Dera) with the assistance of a therapist (White).

“Have either of you heard of the Electra Complex?” White asks the father-daughter duo, then "helpfully" explains, “During a girl’s psycho-sexual development, she begins to show the therapist her resentment for the mother, and there is a subconscious desire to remove the mother so that she can have the father all to herself…”

"Karlee and Charles give knockout performances in their scenes together," said Mills, who also serves as Gamma Films' Head of Production. “For subject matter this intense, the scene required good acting, and our leads did an incredible job from start to finish. Angela White’s debut on Pure Taboo was truly phenomenal. She brought so much depth to her role as the therapist and really had everyone else on set convinced she was an expert on Jungian archetypes!”

"The Electra Complex" is available for download or streaming—and a trailer for the scene can be found .

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