A successful young L.A. doctor and his equally successful television-producer wife find their happily-ever-after life torn assunder when he suddenly confronts his long-repressed attraction for other men. Zach and Claire live a comfortable life secure in their love for one another when Bart, a swinging L.A. novelist, walks into Zach's office and awakens unfamiliar feelings in him. In a move which leaves him wracked with guilt, Zach cancels dinner with his wife in order to go out with Bart. He is inexplicably drawn to this man who seems intent on keeping him at arms distance. Why can't Bart allow their relationship to grow? he wonders. Exasperated, he asks Bart, "Do you snore? Does anybody ever get a chance to find out?" As Zach's absences become more and more frequent, Claire's concern manifests itself in the suspicion that he is having an affair with another woman. Jilted by Bart and feeling alone for the first time in his married life, Zach resolves to tell Claire the truth about ... Written by
Mark Fleetwood <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A provocative tale of hidden desire.
Did You Know?
One of the film's movie posters/press ads featured a long descriptive preamble that told the public in a subtle way that the film was about a homosexual love affair between two men. It read: "After eight years of marriage, Claire had everything, a loving husband and an exciting career. Suddenly, Claire's whole world is threatened when she learns that her husband is involved in a love affair, but not with another woman. MAKING LOVE is the sensitive story of a courageous husband and wife who deal honestly with their problem. There's more to love than... MAKING LOVE". See more
Zach opens a book called "Good Intentions", and looks at it for a few seconds, then nodding afterward like he had read some line that struck him, yet when he opened the book, he opened it from the cover and not to a page and both sides were completely blank and white with no text to read. See more
"If it feels good, do it. You don't get any points for playing by the rules."
Take Me Higher
Words and Music by Bruce Hornsby
and John Hornsby See more