A film that is described as an “unforgettable dark comedy that reveals a deeper multi-layered understanding of maleness, sexuality, and gender performance” is available for booking and exhibition.
Directed by Mimi Chakarova, the documentary–titled MEN: A LOVE STORY–is a journey across the United States of America that explores how men feel about women and love.
Piecing together a rich tapestry of vignettes, woven from stories shared by men of different races, ages, and socio-economic backgrounds, journalist Chakarova weaves an honest and unapologetic portrayal of masculinity in USA.
The film unfolds in tiny blues bars of the Deep South, the hedge funds of Manhattan, the ranches in New Mexico, and farms in the Midwest.
Chakarova, an award-winning filmmaker who, as a journalist, made a film titled PRICE OF SEX that made her lose faith in love and in men, says that her hope in making MEN: A LOVE STORY, was that the men’s “love stories would restore my faith in love. And in men.”
Women Make Movies, the distributors of MEN: A LOVE STORY, say the documentary is now available for booking.