"Introducing the Russo Twins" will be available on Monday in stores nationwide and at Vivid.com.
Director B. Skow takes viewers behind the scenes during the actual production as Tati and Taylor Russo perform together for the first time in an X-rated feature.
"These twins are gorgeous and their special chemistry definitely turned up the heat on the set," B. Skow said.
Tati was born in St. Petersburg a few minutes before her sister Taylor to a family of five children. According to Vivid, their parents passed away when they were only 9 years old and they were sent to live in an orphanage.
When they were 12 they were selected to join a dancing troupe sponsored by a Christian adoption agency and spent two weeks touring in America where they hoped they could live one day. A few months after they had returned to the Russian orphanage they, along with their older brother and younger sister, were adopted by a family in California's Orange Country, the company said.
As they grew through their teens, both girls were anxious to be independent. Tati joined the U.S. Army and Taylor moved in with her boyfriend. The sisters lost touch for several years and only when Tati moved back to L.A. did Taylor follow and the two were reunited.
The girls say that they both love to be in the spotlight.
"When Tati is in a scene I can feel what she's feeling and I want to do it too," Taylor said. "It's really weird, but we really love it when we're both in the same scene. It makes it twice as good."
The twins appear in all five scenes in the movie, which also stars Halie James, Celeste Star, Bill Bailey, Barry Scott, Jerry, Tommy Gunn and Johnny Sins.