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Phone Sex Movie Interview

For a Good Time, Call . . . Cowriter and Director on Googling Erotica and Pleasing Women First

Out Friday, For a Good Time, Call . . . is a sweet and raunchy comedy about two roommates who run a phone sex line. We recently interviewed the stars Lauren Miller and Ari Graynor, and now we're sharing our chat with director Jamie Travis and cowriter Katie Anne Naylon, who wrote the screenplay with her former roommate Lauren. The film's story may sound too crazy to be true, but it's actually based on Katie's real-life experience running a phone sex line from her dorm room in college! Katie dished on why she had to Google things like S&M, the effect her surprising sexual history had on running a phone sex business, and a disturbing roommate story involving a condom. Known for his short films, this is Jamie's first time directing a full-length feature film, and he talked to us about why his love of women drew him to the story. Watch our interview now, and be sure to check out For a Good Time, Call . . . when it hits select theaters Aug. 31!

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