VENICE, Calif. — The latest installment in director B. Skow’s growing collection of erotic psychological features has hit the streets with the release of “Sweetness and Light” from Skow for Girlfriends (Films).
The film stars Brooklyn Chase, Siri, Alektra Blue, Karla Kush, Belle Noir, Alan Stafford, Seth Gamble and Evan Stone—all names lauded for their acting abilities as well as their sex scenes.
“I think Brooklyn is one of the best all-around female performers and her beauty and natural acting abilities really draw you into the story and the sex,” Skow said. “Siri and Belle are sexy and funny. I love working with both of these girls because they both are able to get into any crazy characters and truly love lesbian sex.”
Chase plays Rachel and Stafford plays Dan, and together they represent a couple ripped apart by their mutual penchant for vicious bickering. As they separate and see other people, they begin to see how their catty nature is what actually bound them in love.
The concept for the movie came from an article Skow read about how many doctors and psychologists agree that fighting can be healthy. The professionals suggest that it’s not how you fight, it’s how you make up. In “Sweetness and Light,” making up provides some sexy results.
“I think this movie is so, so relatable to every single person who has ever lived together or had a couples argument,” Skow said.
“Sweetness and Light” fits in with Skow’s not-so-ordinary edgy couples’ movies like “What Do You Want Me To Say?,” “Voila” and “Paint.”
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