Confessions of a Womanizer
Confessions of a Womanizer (also known as Confessions of a Sex Addict) is a 2014 American comedy-drama film directed and written by Miguel Ali and starring Gary Busey, C. Thomas Howell, Andrew Lawrence, and Jillian Rose Reed.
|Confessions of a Womanizer|
|Directed by||Miguel Ali|
|Written by||Miguel Ali|
|Story by||Miguel Ali|
|Music by||Leland Cox|
|Cinematography||Erick M. Crespo|
|Edited by||Brad E. Wilhite|
|Distributed by||Harbor House Films|
Richie (Andrew Lawrence) is an arrogant guy whose only priority is a new girl every week, until he finds himself in a real relationship with Megan (Jillian Rose Reed). It causes him to confess his womanizing and how it was sparked by a scar caused years ago. His new best friend, Ginger, a transgender prostitute, helps bring these wounds to the surface.
In September 2012, The Hollywood Reporter announced that Jillian Rose Reed would star as Richie's love interest. Filming took place at the Silver Dream Factory Studio in Laguna Hills, California, and at the Harbor House Diner in Sunset Beach, California.
Confessions of a Womanizer screened at 30 film festivals and won 10 awards. Kelly Mantle, who is genderfluid, made history when the film's producers sought both supporting actor and supporting actress consideration for their performance and The Academy granted the request.
- "Confessions of a Womanizer". Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved April 25, 2016.
- Philiana Ng (September 12, 2012). "'Awkward' Actress to Star in Indie Relationship Comedy". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved February 23, 2015.
- Tapley, Kristopher (9 December 2016). "Gender-Fluid Actor Kelly Mantle Makes Oscar History". Variety. Retrieved 10 December 2016.