LOS ANGELES — Director David Stanley takes time travel in another direction as he sets out to defy the space-time continuum in Skow for Girlfriends Films’ “Princess.” The erotic tale of a naïve girl’s love for her sugar daddy gone haywire is now available from Girlfriends Films.
With a twist on the sci-fi time travel theme, “Princess” shares Skow’s notion that this reality may not be all there is, as 20-year-old Daphne (Karla Kush) finds herself in the throes of romantic love with Paolo (Ryan McLane), a no-good sugar daddy womanizer who pledges his love to her despite being married. But it takes Daphne’s 40-year-old self (Karen Fisher) to pay her a visit from the future and show her how she’s being used by the cunning Paolo.
“It’s a wild story about the naiveté and entitlement of youth and how wisdom is not something you can easily find or achieve,” said Stanley, who also wrote the screenplay. “Thanks to our amazing cast, ‘Princess’ is definitely one of our more notable movies with strong sexual performances from a talented group of girls who don’t hold back! It’s definitely going to be a favorite for many of our fans!”
Kush remarked, "'Princess' was by far one of my favorite films that I've been a part of so far. I really appreciate films that challenge people's minds and beliefs, and B. Skow's films are on the forefront of the honest, edgy, thought provoking, erotic cinema movement, with 'Princess' from David Stanley being no exception.
"Films like 'Princess' are far more than just porn — they offer a well-rounded alternative to the cinematic norms we've grown accustomed to and bridge the gap between mainstream films and the hardcore porn movies. I feel so honored to have been included in such a creative and interesting project!"
In addition to Kush, Fisher, and McLane, the cast of “Princess” includes Danica Dillon and Tommy Pistol. The release also includes a bonus girl/girl scene with Dana DeArmond and Veruca James.
Stanley's story is about a girl’s struggle for love in a world wrought by sexual yearning and confusion.
“It’s nice to think that there could be a way to give us a do-over, so to speak, for all those big mistakes we make,” Stanley said. “It’s what this movie is about — a chance to give a young, sexually active girl a chance to avoid romantic pitfall that could ruin her life!”