|Directed by||Joel Viertel|
|Produced by||Joel Viertel & David Kohner Zuckerman|
|Written by||Stevie Long|
|Music by||H. Scott Salinas|
Strictly Xmd Productions
|Distributed by||Arts Alliance
|December 2, 2008|
Strictly Sexual is a 2008 comedy film directed by Joel Viertel and written by Stevie Long.
In Los Angeles, the wealthy aspirant writer Donna and her best friend (also aspirant designer) Christi Ann are bored of relationships and decide to chase two escorts in a bar for a one night stand. Meanwhile, construction workers and best friends, Stanny and Joe, come from New York but can't find jobs in Los Angeles. Without money, the guys decide to go to a fancy bar to drink and leave the place without paying the bill. Donna and Christi Ann meet Stanny and Joe and invite them home believing they are gigolos. After a night of sex, the women discover the misunderstanding and that the men are, indeed, unemployed construction workers. The women offer to have the men stay in their swimming pool cabana, furnishing them with beer and food while the boys search for jobs. In return, they would be their on-call "boy-toys" in a strictly sexual relationship. During the ensuing months, the couples become closer and change their feelings and behaviors with the development and growing of their relationships as the couples begin to develop romantic feelings.
In 2011, Hulu produced a six-episode spin-off series, Strictly Sexual: The Series, featuring some of the original cast.
- Amber Benson as Donna
- Johann Urb as Joe
- Kristen Kerr as Christi Ann
- Stevie Long as Stanny
- Trevor Murphy as Damian
- Brooke Allen as Cassandra
- Elizabeth Wood as Fabric Woman
- Ashley Hinson as Boutique Employee
- Shravan Kambam as Niki
- Scott Weston as Scott
- Rick Ramnath as Rich
- Lindsay Frame as Complimentary Woman
- Carlos Conrado Sanchez as Carlos
- Justin Phillips as Justin
- Mark Radcliffe as Mark
- "Thanks To Hulu, Indie Film 'Strictly Sexual' Hits Big". National Public Radio. 8 February 2010. Retrieved 15 March 2010.