Sometimes funny, sometimes dramatic, LOVING is most times dull. Based on a novel by J.M. Ryan, it's the story of freelance artist Segal and his wife, Saint, as they try to keep their rocky marriage together in suburban Connecticut. Segal is having an in-town affair with Young, and his work
situation is teetering. The combination serves to place him on the precipice of a breakdown. He has a chance at a large commission and is supposed to meet with mogul Hayden at a private dining club that caters to admen. Segal drinks too much and gets vicious with the club's prexy. Hayden finds
that behavior amusing and says he'll think about giving Segal the business. At a party ...