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I remember seeing Making Love as a High Schooler....I went to a different town to watch it as I was afraid some of my friends would see me going in and "out" me.

At the time I couldn't enjoy the movie out of fear that someone would see me watching it! Now over 20 years later, I appreciate its importance.


I had forgotten all about this film, thanks for the reminder. It was perfect for a young gay teen at the time as not only did it portray male love, it starred a gay icon of the time - Kate Jackson of Charlie's Angels fame.


hi! I do remember the movie, when it was shown on Asian TV (neatly censored of course!!) But both the guys were cute, and I think they try to have a menage a trois with a hooker.

Can you post some caps/stills from this film or provide links for the same?


jojo mijala

I am from the Philippines and have seen this movie while I was in college. Unforgettable, especially the song from the movie. The movie was a bit controversial at that time but the general public has accepted the fact that "gay" or "gay life" is part and parcel of our daily life.


Not sure why Harry Hamlin is now complaining that "playing gay" in Making Love ruined his career. After the movie, he went on to star in one of the most popular TV series in the eighties and ninties- L.A.Law.

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