David Stanley's ‘Just the Two of Us' Ships

David Stanley's ‘Just the Two of Us' Ships
John Sanford

LOS ANGELES — After a four-year break, award-winning director David Stanley returns to the director’s chair in Skow for Girlfriends Films erotic feature, “Just the Two of Us.” The movie is now shipping from Girlfriends Films.

“David has a great knack for mixing engaging stories and characters with great sex,” said B. Skow, the head of Skow for Girlfriends Films. “This time, he ups the ante by blending sibling rivalry with repressed erotic impulses that suddenly explode in sexual abandon. It’s a movie that is incredibly compelling and definitely one of his best!”

Stanley’s “Just the Two of Us” tells the story of two sisters — Amy, who is sexually liberated, and Betty who is sexually repressed. But when Betty seeks out advice of her much more liberated sister in order to save her marriage, Amy tells her the key to a successful union is in having sex with as many people as possible, while her husband watches. A desperate Betty takes Amy’s advice and is soon able to reinvigorate her marriage along with her long-dormant sex drive.

“Just the Two of Us” features five sex scenes, including a three-way boy/girl, one girl/girl, and one footjob. The final two boy/girl scenes are part of a four-way, where the sisters swap husbands. The movies stars Nadia Styles and Charley Chase as the sisters, plus Kasey Warner, Evan Stone, Alec Knight and Anthony Rosano.

“I’m very happy and excited to be working with B. Skow and his great team,” said Stanley, who also wrote the film. “This movie has everything that I love about working in the industry – a very talented cast, great performances, and the creative and technical support that makes good movies great!”

To see the safe-for-work trailer, click here.

“Just the Two of Us” is available to own on DVD Friday. To view the box art, click here.

Skow for Girlfriends Films expanded its directorial roster with the addition of Stanley. Filmmaker B. Skow and Girlfriends Films created the line in 2012, employing Stanley as the writer for many of Skow for Girlfriends Films’ feature movies.

The new movie marks Stanley’s return to directing after a four-year break where he concentrated on writing and his family. A mainstream film director since 1994, Stanley joined the adult industry in 1995 as a producer for Vivid and other companies when he directed his first adult film in 1997.