Girlfriends Films Ships B. Skow’s Boy/Girl Thriller, ‘Truth Be Told,’
“Truth Be Told,” a new thriller from B. Skow and Girlfriends Films, ships on March 22. It is the acclaimed director’s newest feature film with boy/girl sex distributed by Girlfriends Films. The compelling story pits Luke (Steven St. Croix), a sadistic self-hating movie star who likes to push his lovers to the edge of breakdown, against Cindy (Marie McCray), a 22-year-old who wants to blackmail him — and may have a secret of her own.
To view the box art and trailer for B. Skow’s “Truth Be Told,” visit http://www.girlfriendsfilms.com/index/component/virtuemart/?page=shop.product_details&category_id=35&product_id=443.
“The freedom to dig deep into both the drama and the sex is a major part of my alliance with Girlfriends Films,” says B. Skow. “Under our distribution deal, I am encouraged to build engaging, dramatic stories enhanced by sexuality.”
In “Truth Be Told,” Luke (Steven St. Croix) meets his match during a sex-filled weekend bender with Cindy (Marie McCray), a beautiful 22-year-old who tries to blackmail him with personal information spilled under the influence. Luke goes along with her gambit — seeing it as a way to mess with her head — only to discover Cindy really does know his darkest secret: In a drunken rage, he nearly killed his teenage girlfriend 18 years ago. The revelation becomes even more shocking when Cindy delivers a mind-blowing twist sending Luke reeling. Is she playing him? Or is this a karmic payback for all of Luke’s prior sins? The truth will be told.
In addition to Steven St. Croix and Marie McCray, the cast of “Truth Be Told” includes Jessie Rodgers, Zoe Holloway, Jayden Jaymes, Diana Pierce, Kurt Lockwood, and Tommy Pistol.
“We have been broadening our appeal with B. Skow’s movies, and ‘Truth Be Told’ is another great addition to this collection,” Girlfriends Films Vice President Moose said. “We’re always happy when he releases a new film: Besides selling the new title, it builds interest for the back catalog as well.”
In August 2012, Girlfriends Films began a one-year distribution deal for productions with boy/girl sex content directed by B. Skow. The first title was the award nominated “Voilà,” a modern boy-meets-girl-meets-girl tale starring Penny Pax, Veruca James, and Kris Slater, followed by “Paint,” a romantic-triangle drama featuring Dana DeArmond, Chastity Lynn and Ryan Driller. Additional titles include “Paint” and the upcoming “Homecoming.”
The movies released under the distribution deal are story-driven feature films geared towards the rapidly expanding couples market, with plots varying from light-hearted romantic comedies to intense sexual dramas with an edgier feel, like “Truth Be Told.”