I was bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, ready to finish college and start my career in the film industry.
Nearly a decade before, I had moved from the heartland to Tinseltown.
As a movie aficionado, I was influenced (OK, It wasn’t long before I realized my story would be a little more complicated. you know, the kind of guy you want to bring home to your parents at Thanksgiving. I was determined to do something about dating culture, not just engage in the zillionth chat about what was wrong with it.
After years of dating, going to parties, and harboring secret hope that I would meet someone at the grocery store, I didn’t seem to be getting any closer to finding a “quality relationship” . The craziness of the dating scene fully dawned on me when I attended a birthday party with more than a dozen women in their twenties and thirties. So I joined forces with my producing partner, Megan, and the idea for a documentary was born: Our premise was to follow five single people trying to figure out dating in the age of social media, texting, hanging out, and hooking up.
Instead of saying you're funny or well educated or caring, demonstrate that.