DETROIT, Mich.(WXYZ) - Detroit-made film, "Why Do Men Cheat?" takes an honest look at the question through a collection of interviews, and the chronicling of the dynamics of three relationships where cheating was involved.
The film follows three diverse couples whose lives are complicated by infidelity and deception. “Chop” a celebrity athlete, struggles with money, fame, opportunity, and balancing his love for his pregnant fiancée. “Austen” has relationship problems, and sexual desires take precedence over his family, while Jeffrey’s work life seems to be becoming a little too personal. These three men caught up in totally different scenarios manage to either build mutually beneficial relationships or seek solace elsewhere.
The film began as a documentary attempting to answer the question, "Why do men cheat?". It was the brain child of Delano Glass, CEO of Real Entertainment Films and one of the film's executive producers. Later, he met and began working with Ken Baker Jr., CEO of KJ Post.
“After conducting hundreds of interviews, we realized that we needed to bring some of these stories to life,” said Glass and Baker.
The film features a multicultural cast of local and celebrity talent including some well known faces like rapper Sandy “Pepa” Denton (of rap trio Salt-N-Pepa), actress Cherie Johnson (I Do... I Did), and comedians Damon Williams (Def Comedy Jam), Alex Thomas (The Players' Club), Bobo Lamb (Comic View) and more.
Other talented actors in the film include Wynn Sarden (Spirits In My Bedroom), Kellita Scott, Jojuan Westmoreland, Dez Cortez, Catherine Martinez, Wayne Kinney, Cherry Sparks, and Micheala Hernandez.
Why Do Men Cheat? The Movie will have its Detroit red-carpet premiere on August 4, 2012 at 7:00pm, at the Millennium Centre 15600 JL Hudson Dr. Southfield, Michigan 49075.
For tickets or more information visit www.whydomencheatthemovie.com
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