Manhood is a 2003 American comedy-drama film directed by Bobby Roth and starring Néstor Carbonell, John Ritter and Janeane Garofalo. It is a sequel to Jack the Dog (2001) and is also the final film starring Ritter to be released in his lifetime.
|Directed by||Bobby Roth|
|Produced by||Jack Baran|
|Written by||Bobby Roth|
|Music by||Christopher Franke|
|Edited by||Mallory Gottlieb|
Jung N Restless Productions
|Distributed by||Showtime Networks|
Jack (Carbonell) is a former womanizer and fashion photographer who is put in charge of his sister's 17-year-old-son when she leaves to find herself. During her leave, he attempts to revive his career while re-establishing a relationship with his nephew and son. In the midst of all this, Eli (Ritter), his sister's ex-husband moves in after he loses his job.
Awards and nominationsEdit
Ft. Lauderdale International Film Festival
- Won, "Best American Indie" - Bobby Roth
- "MANHOOD (2003)". rottentomatoes.com. Retrieved 2018-12-11.
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