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Thanks for Sharing -- A romantic comedy that follows the lives of three friends who meet while attending 12-step meetings to help treat their addiction to sex.
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Thanks for Sharing -- Three unlikely best friends are brought together through their shared struggles of a 12-step treatment program and a determination to recover from their sex addiction.
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Life is a journey you never have to take alone.
A romantic comedy that brings together three disparate characters who are learning to face a challenging and often confusing world as they struggle together against a common demon: sex addiction. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Mark Ruffalo ... Adam

Tim Robbins ... Mike

Gwyneth Paltrow ... Phoebe

Josh Gad ... Neil

Joely Richardson ... Katie

Patrick Fugit ... Danny

Pink ... Dede (as Alecia Moore)

Carol Kane ... Roberta

Emily Meade ... Becky

Isiah Whitlock Jr. ... Charles

Michaela Watkins ... Margo

Poorna Jagannathan ... Dr. Kazhani

Natalia Volkodaeva ... Ana

Paul Urcioli ... Owner

Kenneth Maharaj ... Cabbie

Meng Ai ... Mini-Mart Cashier
Juan Leon ... Cashier
Geoffrey Molloy ... Mustache Man
Okieriete Onaodowan ... Lou

Maureen Sebastian ... Subway Woman

Marcus Neville ... Peter

Sarah Baskin ... Waitress

Alexis Suarez ... Paramedic

Terry Walters ... Female Addict

George Demas ... Addict #1

David Wain ... Addict #2

Brian Koppelman ... Addidct #3

Geoffrey Cantor ... Addict #4
Gary Silberman ... Meeting Man #1
Ben Boime ... Meeting Man #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Linn Yen ... Beautiful Woman
Amy Casey ... Central Park Biker (uncredited)
Caryn Cueto ... Beautiful Woman (uncredited)
Ray Daniels ... Addict (uncredited)

Jordan Dean ... Jordan (uncredited)

Marshall Factora ... Sex Addict Group Member (uncredited)

Johnathan Hallgrey ... 12 Step Program Sex Addict #3 (uncredited)

Tony Joe ... Mail executive (uncredited)

Kyle Knauf ... 12 Step Addict (uncredited)

Marty Krzywonos ... Recovering Sex Addict (uncredited)

Loydeen ... Bug Eater (uncredited)
Rob Marrone ... 12 Step Addict (uncredited)

Chris Nuñez ... Crackhead Junkie (uncredited)

Jamie Lee Petronis ... Make Out Couple (uncredited)

Liza Petrosyan ... Gastronaut (uncredited)

Caine Sheppard ... Hipster on train (uncredited)
Michael Ray Solis ... Gastronaut (uncredited)
Steven Vigil ... Sex Addict (uncredited)
Andre Ward ... Kai (uncredited)

Directed by
Stuart Blumberg 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Stuart Blumberg  written by
Matt Winston  written by

Produced by
Miranda de Pencier .... producer
David Koplan .... producer
Bill Migliore .... producer (as William Migliore)
Julia Muggia .... field producer: epk
Edward Norton .... executive producer
Doug Torres .... associate producer
Leslie Urdang .... producer
Dean Vanech .... producer
Original Music by
Christopher Lennertz 
Cinematography by
Yaron Orbach (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Anne McCabe 
Casting by
Avy Kaufman 
Production Design by
Beth Mickle 
Set Decoration by
Lisa Nilsson  (as Lisa K. Nilsson)
Costume Design by
Peggy A. Schnitzer  (as Peggy Schnitzer)
Makeup Department
Colleen Callaghan .... hair department head
Daisy Curbeon .... key hair stylist
Linda Grimes .... makeup department head
Kathy Jeung .... makeup artist: Ms. Moore
Bradley Stenson .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Michael Bartol .... production supervisor
Anthony Brandonisio .... post-production supervisor
Anthony Brandonisio .... production executive: Olympus Pictures
David Koplan .... unit production manager
Riel Roch Decter .... director of production
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Amy Lynn .... second assistant director
Travis Rehwaldt .... second second assistant director
Doug Torres .... first assistant director
Art Department
Matthew Amenta .... on-set dresser
Marcus Asknes .... additional set dressing assistant
Jeremy L. Balon .... property master (as Jeremy Balon)
David Branum .... additional on-set dresser (as Dave Branum)
Sydney Brook .... shop foreman
Hannah Christ .... art department intern
Angelo Digrigoli .... leadman
Liza Grant .... additional assistant property master
Richard Hebrank .... construction coordinator
Teddy Janicki .... scenic artist
Janet Kalas .... charge scenic
Stephen Kartt .... props assistant (as Steve Kartt)
Daniel R. Kersting .... set dressing assistant (as Dan Kersting)
Dan-ah Kim .... graphic designer
James H. McDonnell .... set dresser (as Jim McDonnell)
Arizona Newsum .... art department coordinator
Jacob Perkins .... set dresser
Elise Persico .... art department assistant
Chistopher Posnit .... set dresser
Landen Rose .... set dresser
Cliff Schorr .... camera scenic
Marcus Slabine .... set dressing assistant
Ada Smith .... art researcher
Nicholas Thompson .... swing
Joanna Tillman .... assistant property master
Benjamin Woodward .... foreman (as Ben Woodward)
Sound Department
Antonio L. Arroyo .... sound mixer (as Antonio Arroyo)
Tom Bergin .... sound: epk
Shaun Brennan .... foley artist
Lewis Goldstein .... sound re-recording mixer
Lewis Goldstein .... supervising sound editor
Kelly Neese .... additional boom operator
James Nichols .... sound consultant: dolby
Guillermo Pena-Tapia .... boom operator (as Guillermo Pena)
Jac Rubenstein .... dialogue editor (as Jack Rubenstein)
Tom Ryan .... adr recordist
Tom Ryan .... foley recordist
Julia Shirar .... adr editor
Julia Shirar .... sound effects editor
Alex Soto .... assistant sound editor
Seth Tallman .... additional boom operator
Linzy Elliot .... foley editor (uncredited)
Max Greene .... m&e mixer (uncredited)
James Hyde .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Eric Maldin .... adr mixer (uncredited)
Sal Ojeda .... adr recordist (uncredited)
Jac Rubenstein .... adr editor (uncredited)
Max Stein .... utility (uncredited)
Wen Hsuan Tseng .... foley editor (uncredited)
Aleks von Korff .... adr recording assistant (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Drew Jiritano .... special effects supervisor
Richard Moran .... special effects technician (as Rich Moran)
Andrew Mortelliti .... special effects foreman
Visual Effects by
Kate Chappell .... compositor: The Molecule (as Katherine Chappell)
Daniel Cohen .... visual effects producer: The Molecule
Thompson Conradi .... compositor: The Molecule (as Thompson Conradi Jr.)
Luciano DiGeronimo .... compositor: The Molecule
Luke DiTommaso .... visual effects supervisor: The Molecule
Artur Elson .... compositor: The Molecule
Charlotta Forssman .... compositor: The Molecule (as Charlotta M. Frossman)
Mark Scott Friedman .... compositor: The Molecule (as Mark Friedman)
Brian Houlihan .... compositor: The Molecule
Henry Jean .... compositor: The Molecule
Andy Jones .... on-set visual effects consultant: Method Studios
Franz Kol .... compositor: The Molecule
Michael Nitikin .... compositor: The Molecule (as Michael Nikitia)
Victoria Penzes .... compositor: The Molecule
Aniela Sidorska .... visual effects associate producer: The Molecule
Chad Sikora .... motion graphics animator: The Molecule
Jung Um .... compositor: The Molecule
Selim Yang .... compositor: The Molecule
Matt Yourshaw .... compositor: The Molecule
Andrew J. Bly .... visual effects producer: The Molecule (uncredited)
Michael Boden .... compositor (uncredited)
Luis de Leon .... compositor (uncredited)
Chris Faczek .... visual effects artist (uncredited)
Maxim Kornev .... compositor (uncredited)
Ted Markovic .... visual effects (uncredited)
Austin Meyers .... compositing supervisor (uncredited)
Joshua Sacavage .... visual effects coordinator (uncredited)
Damian Achilles .... stunts (as Damien Achilles)
Scott Burik .... stunts
Douglas Crosby .... stunts
Roy Farfel .... stunts
Jim Ford .... stunts (as James Ford)
Katie Letien .... stunts
Steve Mack .... stunts
Manny Siverio .... stunt coordinator
Joseph Basile .... precision driver (uncredited)
Katie Letien .... stunt double: Joely Richardson (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Abraham Altbuch .... best boy grip
Tiffany Armour-Tejada .... digital imaging technician
Rebecca Arndt .... first assistant camera: "c" camera
Jonathan Beck .... camera operator: "b" camera
George Bianchini .... steadicam operator
Russell Bouchelle .... electrician (as Russ Bouchelle)
Steve Clark .... videographer: epk
Jeremy Conley .... grip
Nicole Cosgrove .... second assistant camera: "a" camera
Shane Duckworth .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Charlie Foerschner .... additional second assistant camera
David Ganczewski .... dolly grip (as Dave Ganczewski)
Shawn Greene .... gaffer
Rob Harlow .... key grip
Yahel Herzog .... videographer: epk
Edward Jones Jr. .... grip
Anne Joyce .... still photographer
Kevin Kasarda .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Kate Larose .... additional first assistant camera
Ludovic Littee .... camera operator: "a" camera
Philip J. Martinez .... steadicam operator (as Phil Martinez)
Nico Navia .... camera assistant (as Nicolas Navia)
Ed Nessen .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Colin Oberschmidt .... electrician
Peter Perlman .... camera assistant
Chris Reynolds .... camera operator: "c" camera
Benjamin Salley .... generator operator (as Ben Salley)
James Schlittenhart .... second assistant camera: "c" camera
Sean Taylor .... best boy electric
Scott Tinsley .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Gavin Holmes Jr. .... grip (uncredited)
Ludovic Littee .... second unit cinematographer (uncredited)
Matthew Passarelli .... grip (uncredited)
Eric J. Williams .... grip (uncredited)
Julien Zeitouni .... additional first assistant camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Diana Blue .... extras casting assistant
Karen E. Etcoff .... extras casting (as Karen Etcoff)
Jon Goracy .... casting assistant
Bill Tripician .... extras casting assistant
Leeba Zakharov .... casting associate
Sabrina Hyman .... casting associate (uncredited)
Zachary Luke Kislevitz .... casting intern (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Pattie J. Barbosa .... key set costumer (as Pattie Barbosa)
Alex Bovaird .... assistant costume designer (as Alexandra Bovaird)
Ann Bryant .... costume office coordinator
Joan Kaufman .... assistant costume designer
Zinnia Kim .... wardrobe assistant
Paul A. Simmons Jr. .... wardrobe supervisor
Omar Simmons .... key set costumer
Editorial Department
Terra Bliss .... vice president of operations: Deluze Labs New York
Caroline Blodgett .... post-production assistant
Milan Boncich .... digital intermediate colorist
John Eremic .... supervising digital intermediate producer (as John 'Pliny' Eremic)
Marcelo Gandola .... senior vice president creative services: Deluxe Labs New York
Shannon K. Hall .... senior project manager: Deluxe Labs New York
Ben Laffin .... digital intermediate producer
Jack Lewars .... digital intermediate colorist: dailies. Deluxe Labs New York
Jim Makiej .... assistant editor
Megan Marquis .... digital intermediate coordinator (as Megan Milnes)
Jill Paget .... assistant editor
Chad Schermerhorn .... digital intermediate assist: dailies, Deluxe Labs New York
T.J. Seiler .... digital intermediate on-line editor
Music Department
Kyrina Bluerose .... scoring coordinator
John Carbonara .... music editor
Christopher Lennertz .... score producer
Drew Silverstein .... score producer
Keith Ukrisna .... assistant engineer (as Keith Urksina)
Robin Urdang .... music supervisor
Jeff Vaughn .... score mixer
Jeff Vaughn .... score recordist
Craig Wedren .... composer: additional music
Philip White .... score producer
Brian Jackson Harris .... music supervisor: epk (uncredited)
Stefan Karrer .... soundtrack album producer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Simone Barca .... driver
Robert Deluca .... transportation co-captain
Michael E. Devereaux .... driver (as Michael Devereaux)
Mike Easter .... transportation captain
Ken Johnson .... dot coordinator
Chris Lundgren .... driver
Sean Murphy .... driver
Phillip Repaci .... driver
Patrick Welsh .... driver
Gabe Turiello .... driver: camera car (uncredited)
Other crew
Amanda Beckner .... creative executive: Olympus Pictures (as Mandy Beckner)
Amanda Beckner .... production executive
Lloyd A. Bent .... parking assistant (as Lloyd Bent)
Mitch Berkowitz .... set medic
Hamish Berry .... legal counsel: Olympus Pictures, Olympus Affiliates, Bruns Brennan & Berry
Hamish Berry .... production legal services: Bruns Brennan & Berry
Caroline Blodgett .... additional set production assistant
Christopher W. Bodell .... vice president of finance: Olympus Pictures
Bianca Bovet .... craft service assistant: NY Crafty
Nicole Bukowski .... first assistant accountant
Maurice Cabrera .... parking coordinator
George Camarda .... script supervisor
Bridgette Cannell .... production office assistant
Stephanie Caragliano .... theatricals: Olympus Affiliates
Webster Clayton .... assistant: Mr.Koplan
Eddy Collyns .... location manager
Juliana Crawford .... additional set production assistant
Christine Detizio .... accounting manager: Olympus Affiliates
Bob Dixon .... information technology: Olympus Affiliates
Elizabeth Fisher .... set production assistant
Anouk Frösch .... assistant production coordinator
James Gallagher .... assistant: Stuart Blumberg
Sonia Gonzalez .... treasury analyst: Olympus Affiliates
Trish Gray .... location coordinator
Trish Gray .... location scout
Jimmy Hang .... unit production assistant
Christian Hehn .... set medic
Ryan Robert Howard .... set production assistant
Tayler Johnson .... intern
Richard Keeshan .... production coordinator (as Richard P. Keeshan)
Michael Kosche .... production office intern
Sean P. Lane .... general counsel & secretary: Olympus Affiliates
Juan Leon .... additional set production assistant
Dana Lightner .... payroll clerk
Geoff Linville .... vice president of production: Olympus Pictures
Kristopher Lospitalier .... accounting clerk
Rachel Lucera-Fein .... assistant: Mr. Vanech
Gabriella Ludlow .... production legal services: The B.A. Department
Amenya Makuku .... assistant: Class 5 Films
Gail Marks .... production accountant
Philip W. McCartin .... tax & risk management: Olympus Affiliates
Anthony McClendon .... assistant locations manager (as Cole McClendon)
Taylor McNulty .... additional set production assistant
Charlie McSpadden .... production secretary
Tammy Mikalouskas .... manager of human resources: Olympus Affiliates
Ross Miller .... production insurance: Reiff & Associates
Kate Miss .... main titles
Elizabeth Neveu .... set production assistant
Roy Ott .... controller: Olympus Affiliates
Joanne M. Piasecki .... treasurer: Olympus Affiliates
Jorge Pina Jr. .... chef: Gourmet To U
Jorge Pina .... assistant chef: Gourmet To U (as Jorge Pina Sr.)
Steve Pines .... additional accounting services (as Steven R. Pines)
Jakub Porembski .... set production assistant (as Jakub 'Kuba' Porembski)
Gina Ricciardi .... bookkeeper: Olympus Affiliates
Riel Roch Decter .... head of operations/production: Olymous Pictures
Javier Rojas .... craft service: NY Crafty
Sarah Rubenstein .... post-production accountant
Sussie Sims .... additional accounting services
Kristina Siska .... craft service assistant: NY Crafty
Cynthia Swartz .... unit publicity: Strategy PR/Consulting
Carlos Terrones .... assistant chef: Gourmet To U
Liz Timperman .... theatricals: Olympus Affiliates (as Elizabeth Timperman)
Silvana Tropea .... assistant: Class 5 Films
Suzy Vaughan .... script clearances: Clearance Unlimited (as Suzy Vaughn)
Skylar A. Wilman .... insurance broker
Skyler Wilman .... production insurance: Reiff & Associates
Constance Pierce Winters .... key set production assistant (as Connie Pierce-Winters)
Cory Wood .... intern: Olympus Pictures
Meredith Wurzbach .... production insurance: Reiff & Associates
Joy Ji Yang .... location intern
Wendy L. York .... additional script supervisor (as Wendy York)
Cameron Arguelles .... quality control (uncredited)
Vince Brown .... production assistant (uncredited)
Christian de Gallegos .... international distribution (uncredited)
Nicole Evranian .... additional production assistance (uncredited)
Jay Ferraro .... stand-in: Josh Gad (uncredited)
Zoe Hartman .... production assistant (uncredited)
Karen Holl .... payroll accountant (uncredited)
"Stone" Robert A Stone III .... stand-in: Mark Ruffalo (uncredited)
Beau Kline .... additional set production assistant (uncredited)
Amenya Makuku .... development executive: class 5 films (uncredited)
Chris Miskiewicz .... stand-in: Patrick Fugit (uncredited)
Mark O'Connell .... social media manager (uncredited)
Buck P.B.D. Rodgers .... production assistant (uncredited)
Mindy Silberman .... set production assistant (uncredited)
Scott Tankel .... location scout (uncredited)

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112 min
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Continuity: When Dede phones Neil to receive support not to go to her ex-boyfriend's place, Neil is wearing a brown T-shirt while speaking on the phone. However, as he's rushing off to meet Dede, he's wearing a blue polo shirt, which he later ends up puking all over. Dede offers him a change of clothes, but when he leaves Neil's suddenly wearing the blue polo shirt again, only now it's been magically cleaned.As he bikes home from seeing Dede, he's wearing a pink shirt instead.See more »
Neil:Wow! You, like, literally transplanted a baby's butt on my face.See more »
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7 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
I could say the same to co-writer/director Stuart Blumberg, 8 January 2014
Author: Steve Pulaski from United States

One of the most prevalent wrongdoings for marketing a film about a heavy-subject is making the film appear to be a comedy or a light-hearted drama based on the design of the film's theatrical poster. This worried me right off the bat with Stuart Blumberg's Thanks for Sharing, which is marketed with a poster that is largely white and includes three separate pictures of happy, smiley couples with the corny tagline "life is a journey you never have to take alone." Learning the film was about sex addiction from its trailer, I couldn't even begin to say how vague and general they kept this poster and feared that, since addiction of any kind is hard for American audiences to digest, this marketing campaign would effective limit or dilute the true impact writer and director Stuart Blumberg was going for.

However, Thanks for Sharing lives up to its poster, as it is a pretty straight-laced, surface-level drama about sex addiction, one that looks at the film from a slight drama angle but prefers to allow comedy to rear its head in several places. Ostensibly, the film is likely to be dismissed by real-life sex addicts, who will find the film nothing but dismissive to a serious disease, and for that, serious points need be deducted from the film's overall performance. However, examining this picture from a lens analyzing competence and strength of writing, this is a passable little dramaedy that occasionally does offer some moments of stunning purity and vulnerability amongst its subjects, regardless of how pretty they look on a poster that is eighty-percent white.

The film focuses on three different people in New York City, all of whom sex addicts with a similar severity level and all of whom are in the same sort of twelve-step program for treatment and assistance. Adam (Mark Ruffalo) is your average, attractive male, who looks as if he has nothing to hide, until he meets Phoebe (Gwyneth Paltrow), a hilarious woman who just so happens to be very sexually promiscuous and constantly looking for new ways to spice up her sex life in her relationships. Meanwhile, Neil (Josh Gad, who was also seen as Steve Wozniak in the Jobs biopic in 2013) is a pudgy clown of a guy, who is quick with a joke, but also deeply a victim to his disease. A doctor, one day he resorts to attempting to film up one of his coworker's skirts. He states it's for a documentary he's making called "What the Ground Sees." And then there's Mike (Tim Robbins), an older soul, with a family, who is trying to cope with sex addiction. He has a wife (Joely Richardson) and an adult son (Patrick Fugit), both of whom are aware of his complications and try to be there for him, despite recognizing that he still has his own personal wrongs he has yet to right. A bold scene comes late in the film, which is a fight between Mike and his son. The unwritten book of movie conventions states that a family must fight at a certain point in the film, but thanks to the timing and the speed of both Robbins and Fugit, this instance makes for one unsettling couple minutes, as real issues are thrown out in the open, and both characters - particularly Robbins' Mike - are seen at their most vulnerable.

Then there's Dede (Alecia Moore, better known by her pop stage-name as "Pink"), a unique, free-spirited sex addict who befriends clumsy Neil, as she admires his determination to not only keep himself off the track of careless sex but her as well. Moore acts just the way you'd expect her to act - wild, a little crazy with a tell-it-like-it-is personality combined with the ability to fly by the seat of her pants. With this being her first real acting role, I'd be the first to see Moore act in another picture, where her character is given enough space to move between comedy and drama. This is a tougher role to handle for a first time acting gig and Moore shows little struggle. What attracted her to the material is beyond me, but persistency in Hollywood could lead her to receive more performances that allow for deeply-rooted humanism to take affect, even more-so than what could be found in Thanks for Sharing.

When it comes down to the film's depiction of sex addiction, let's just say, this isn't necessarily the film a twelve-step program on sex is likely going to advertise. It's way too oversimplifying, rarely diving into the horrors of such a nasty and depressing disease that many people are quick to pass judgment on. Not to mention, when the film does try to dive into the horrors and the uncontrollable urges sex addicts are likely to have, Blumberg and co-writer Matt Winston are quick to rebound to more lighthearted comedic tone so as not to offend or alienate. The film plays drastically different instruments than Steve McQueen's Shame, one of the bleakest yet most profound films I have yet to see on the topic of addiction.

But, as established, Thanks for Sharing is nine miles away from Shame in many different respects; the only logical comparison is that both deal with an addiction that has gone under the radar as drug and alcohol addiction take prominence. Blumberg does an adequate job at incorporating comedy to a story that would seemingly only work under dramatic circumstances and for that the film deserves a big plus for courage. The fact that the actors also provide a grand amount of energy (Josh Gad is a real find of an actor, who I see going on to portray roles of even higher dramatic prominence) deserves another plus. While the entire ordeal may drag a bit and the conclusion seems a bit too clean, Thanks for Sharing is not without its benefits, which involve some of the most difficult things for dramaedies to get right.

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