In stills released from her little seen film, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee, the 22-year-old actress plays troubled teenager Pippa, who runs away from home and is introduced to a world of bondage and drugs by her lesbian aunt.
Pippa ends up acting in lesbian bondage films and developing a taste for drugs before she is rescued by the much older publisher Herb Lee, played by Alan Arkin.
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The film is directed by Daniel Day Lewis's wife Rebecca Miller, who also wrote the book the movie is adapted from.
While most of the film centres on the 50-year-old Pippa Lee, played by Robin Wright Penn, Blake stars as the younger Pippa in the flashback scenes.
The elder Pippa is the epitome of a perfect wife and mother and finds her life unravelling when she moves with her husband to a retirement community.
She finds herself drawn to handsome neighbour Chris, played by Keanu Reeves.
Her friends have no idea of Pippa's crazy teen years and her tumultuous childhood.
The young Pippa runs away from home after finally tiring of violent clashes with her bipolar mother Suky (Maria Bello) and her pastor father Des (Tim Guinee).
Seeking refuge with her aunt, she is stunned to find out she is a lesbian in a relationship with a dominatrix named Kit (Julianne Moore).
Kit is thrilled to meet the fresh-faced Pippa and soon casts the confused teen in her depraved S&M movies.
Tie me up, tie me down: A laughing Pippa, wearing a dog collar, is forced to the floor by two 'captors'
Sordid: Troubled Pippa ends up being led astray by her aunt's lesbian lover
In one scene, Blake strips down to her retro underwear and is spanked on the backside by a severe-looking dominatrix dressed in black.
In another sequence, Blake ends up in a dog collar with a chain and is controlled by her two 'captors'.
But after turning to drugs, she finds her salvation in protective Herb, who falls for the vulnerable young woman.
Saviour: Pippa finds love with an older man, publisher Herb Lee (played by Alan Arkin)
Who's behind you: Pippa ends up crawling on the floor on a lead in one risqué scene
The Private Lives Of Pippa Lee was first screened at the Berlin International Film Festival in February and was well received by critics.
It had a limited run in British cinemas in July, taking £108,160 in the box office.
The film is released on DVD in the UK on November 2 and has a limited run in US cinemas from November 27.
Troubled past: Robin Wright Penn, pictured with Arkin, pays the older Pippa, who is tormented by her teenage memories