Written and directed by Henry Jaglom, SOMEONE TO LOVE is an autobiographical film that also features Jaglom as a character, Danny Sapir, who happens to direct movies identical to Jaglom's own. Danny throws a Valentine's Day party for his lonely friends. The guests arrive at the old movie
palace where the party is held. Among them is a mysterious presence that appears at the back of the movie theater, Danny's friend, played by Orson Welles. Accompanied by a camera crew, Danny asks his guests a series of questions about being alone, childhood dreams, and love. An introspective film
about films, SOMEONE TO LOVE is a brilliant example of a filmed diary, but there is mu...