Denial is a made-for-TV romantic comedy movie that focuses on the issue
of monogamy. Six couples staunchly believe that the state is possible
and still existent. However, during a dinner party, a bachelor guest
argued that staying monogamous is not natural. A heated debate ensues on
the topic and the couples are left to reconsider their belief. This
film that tackles the meaning of love, fidelity, and betrayal in the
modern times was directed by Adam Rifkin.