Her Minor Thing

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Her Minor Thing
Directed by Charles Matthau
Produced by Jim Meyers
Debra Meyers
Heather Simpson
Vikki Wagner
Written by Jim Meyers
Debra Meyers
Starring Estella Warren
Christian Kane
Michael Weatherly
Music by Todd Holden Capps
Cinematography John J. Connor
Edited by Jessica Congdon
Distributed by First Look International
Country USA
Language English

Her Minor Thing is a 2005 motion picture. The romantic comedy is directed by Charles Matthau, written by Jim Meyers and Debra Meyers, and stars Estella Warren, Christian Kane, and Michael Weatherly.

The script's working title was "Men Are Jerks".

Synopsis[edit]

Everything was going fine for hot young 25 year old Jeana (Estella Warren) until her newscaster boyfriend accidentally revealed on TV that Jeana herself is still a virgin despite being in her mid 20s. Jeana is completely humiliated by this, and adding insult to injury is the fact that the revelation of her virginity has made her a target for every oversexed man in the immediate area, all of them determined to "make a real woman out of her". Noting dejectedly that ever since it was revealed that she is a virgin, everyman who looks at her "wants a date", all her optimistic romantic ideals have been shattered. Ultimately she cannot salvage her relationship with her newscaster boyfriend, but in the end, she does finally find a man, a photographer, who is decent enough to be the man to whom she finally loses her virginity.

Cast & Crew[edit]

Cast[edit]

Actor Role
Estella Warren Jeana Summers
Christian Kane Paul
Michael Weatherly Tom Lindeman
Rachel Dratch Caroline
Flex Alexander Marty
Kathy Griffin Maggie
Ivana Miličević Zsa Zsa
Victoria Jackson Norma

Production Team[edit]

Name
Charles Matthau director
John J. Connor cinematographer
Jim Meyers writer, producer
Debra Meyers co-writer, producer
Heather Simpson producer
Vikki Wagner producer

Production[edit]

The film was shot in 23 days, in June–July 2004.[citation needed]

Awards Won[edit]

  • 2006 Special Jury Award - Christian Kane - Special Jury Prize Acting Achievement

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