LOS ANGELES — Themes of family dysfunction, sex addiction, and incest/faux-cest are explored by director B. Skow in “Daddy’s Girls 2.” The sequel continues the controversial story of 2013’s “Daddy’s Girls” from Skow for Girlfriends Films.
The movie stars Riley Reid, Capri Cavanni, Odile, Maddy O’Reilly, Kassondra Raine, Alec Knight, Anthony Rosano, Seth Gamble and Ryan McLane and is available now.
“When we made the first movie, I really wanted to push the envelope and transport viewers to a place outside their comfort zone,” Skow said. “In the sequel, we explore even more facets to this unconventional and highly dysfunctional family. After all, sometimes what makes us uncomfortable is also what turns us on the most.”
Noted writer David Stanley, who penned the script, and B. Skow, take movie watchers into the life of Quincy (Riley Reid), as she returns home from a mental health facility. Quincy must now show everyone she is no longer compelled to have sex with older men, or her father, Bob (Alec Knight). Her resolve is tested when she learns Bob left her mother for his old flame, Marla (Capri Cavanni), whom he plans to marry.
Despite her jealousy over her father, Quincy begins dating a man her age, while seeing a demented psychiatrist, who insists she relive her past by describing it in detail for his own self-gratifying pleasure.
The movie pairs O’Reilly with Knight; Reid with Cavanni and then Gamble; Reid with Cavanni and McLane in a hot three-way; Knight with Raine; and Rosano with Reid.
“I had so much fun filming ‘Daddy's Girls 2!’ I always love working with B. Skow; he is one of my favorite directors,” said Kassondra Raine. “He takes adult film to a higher level, adding creativity and depth that transcend stereotypical ‘porn’ and turn it into a work of art. Addressing any subject considered controversial is fun for me; I love pushing people's buttons... and my own. I think ‘Daddy's Girls 2’ does just that.”