Zoë Kravitz is trading her longtime role as the camera's focus for a seat in the director's chair. The project, which serves as Kravitz's directorial debut, is titled Pussy Island.

In Pussy Island, our main character, Frida, is an LA-based cocktail waitress hoping to get in the good graces of tech mogul Slater King (Channing Tatum). As Frida penetrates King's inner circle, she finds his veil of opulence obscures a terribly perverse truth.

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“As a woman in general, and a woman in this industry, I’ve experienced some pretty wild behavior from the opposite sex," Kravitz told Deadline. "The title was kind of a joke at first, this place where people would go, bring women, party and hang out. The story evolved into something else, but the title wound up having multiple meanings. And it alludes to this time and place we claim to not be in anymore, in terms of sexual politics.”

Pussy Island has been in the works for four years and has begun production in Mexico. There is no word on when the film will release.