MEN: A LOVE STORY is a journey across the United States to explore 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. Chakarova weaves a stunningly honest and unapologetic portrayal of masculinity in America. With a diverse set of subjects from tiny blues bars of the Deep South, to the hedge funds of Manhattan, and from ranchers in New Mexico, to farmers in the Midwest, the film is a poignant and at times unforgettable dark comedy that reveals a deeper multilayered understanding of maleness, sexuality, and gender performance in America today.
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