Dylan (Justin Timberlake) and Jamie (Mila Kunis) have not the slightest intention to put the noose over the head. When Jamie, a personnel recruiter in New York, trying to persuade Dylan artistic director from Los Angeles to accept a job in New York, the two begin to realize that they are soulmates. They had many failed relationships that they decided to give up love and to limit the fun.
With Dylan’s move to New York, the two begin to come together more often, sharing the view that love is just a myth promoted by Hollywood movies. Thus begins the experiment two, deliciously sexy, but only for adults.
Could these recent two friends – who are successful men, no obligations and no serious intentions – to accept a new experience?
If their friendship would add some sex “without sense”, it could avoid the pitfalls that inevitably come when you start to think about a partner as a lover?
Considering himself immune to deceptive promises of romantic comedies, Dylan and Jamie would not be surprised to find that their adventure sexy, a little immodest, will lead to revealing one another more than they have wanted.
The main roles of Friendship usefully interpreted by Justin Timberlake (The Social Network), Mila Kunis (Black Swan), Patricia Clarkson (Easy A), Jenna Elfman (“Dharma & Greg”), Bryan Greenberg (“How to Make It in America “), along with Richard Jenkins (Dear John) and Woody Harrelson (2012).
Friendship profitably is directed and produced by Will Gluck (Easy A); among producers also include Martin Shafer, Liz Glotzer, Jerry Zucker and Janet Zucker. The screenplay is written by Keith Merryman & David A. Newman, in collaboration with Gluck. The story belongs to Harley Peyton and Keith Merryman & David A. Newman. Glenn S. Gainor is executive producer (Burlesque). The picture is signed by Michael Grady (Easy A). Marcia Hinds is the scenographer production. Tia Nolan has edited. Music is provided by Wende Crowley. Costume designer Renee Ehrlich Kalfus is.