Someone to Love is an unconventional 1987 independent romantic comedy written and directed by Henry Jaglom. Hollywood director Danny Sapir (Henry Jaglom) gathers a group of his single friends and acquaintances for a Valentine's Day party. After dinner, Danny asks the group a series of questions about the nature of romance, relationships and loneliness. What follows is a series of monologues where the characters each take turns talking and telling stories about their experiences with love. Somewhat unique in its presentation, the script was loosely written and gave the actors a significant amount of room to improvise. This allowed the actors to display an unusual degree of heartfelt authenticity within their roles. In the end the film is an eclectic, innovative and perceptive exploration of mankind's most confusing emotion. Someone to Love also features Orson Wells in his last on screen appearance. Andrea Marcovicci, Michael Emil, and Sally Kellerman also star.