It's the modern times of the Jazz Age. At an art nude photo exhibit Will gets inspired: he wants to create sexy progressive images of his wife Beth. She notices there are no nude photographs of men shot by women. So, Beth agrees to pose, if Will poses for her, too. So it's lights, camera . . . lose your clothes, Will. As Beth photographs him, it's much more than capturing the allure of exposed male skin. In a win-win turn of the tables, it's highly charged art. The woman is behind the camera. The man is in front. Sparks will fly . . . . Beth and Will plan an exhibit of their photographs to communicate their passion for sexual equality. Their friends Cary, Janet, Matt, and Cherilyn don't expect these photos when they arrive for casual cocktails, but they ultimately applaud them and are even inspired. They all agree that images of men created by women are long overdue, and sexual equality wins the day.