Girlfriends Films Releases Its First Boy/Girl Movie

John Sanford

RESEDA, Calif. — Girlfriends Films has announced that the first movie it has ever produced with boy/girl content, “Voilà," is available now.

Billed as "a modern boy-meets-girl-meets-girl tale," “Voilà” stars Penny Pax, Veruca James, and Kris Slater. It is the debut title resulting from the one-year distribution deal between Girlfriends Films and director B. Skow.

To view the box art and trailer click here.

In “Voilà,” Tony (Slater) and Liz (Pax) are childhood sweethearts having an adult love affair. Although their love is deep, Liz is feeling bi-curious and to satiate her yearnings, they engage in a threesome with a mysterious, beautiful girl named Voila (James). To Tony's despair, Liz falls in love with Voila and runs off. When Voila eventually shows up at Tony’s door and reports that Liz abandoned her too, they are bonded by heartache. Tony and Voila develop feelings for each other, though Tony wonders if he’s fated to pine for Liz until his dying day. Love can magically appear in “Voilà,” but it takes a lot longer to vanish.

“Voilà” also features Girlfriends Films performer Dana DeArmond, as well as Dani Daniels, Yurizan Beltran, Gigi, and Earl Slate.

“I’m excited to hear what Girlfriends Films’ consumers think of ‘Voilà,’” B. Skow said. “While the addition of men is obviously a big difference, ‘Voilà’ encapsulates the essence and core values of Girlfriends Films. We are committed to creating beautiful, sex-positive movies women and men can enjoy.”

The movies released under the distribution deal will be story-driven, feature films geared toward the couples market with plots varying from light-hearted romantic comedies to intense dramas.

To view B. Skow’s appearance on Girlfriends Films’ talk show, “The Kinky & Creepy Show,” click here.  

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