Finding love has never been easy. But it's also never been easier. Online dating sites thrive on the promise that dates and mates are just a "click" away… but are they? From Robert Kenner, the director of last year's Oscar nominated Food, Inc. and Marc Weiss, the creator of the celebrated TV series P.O.V., comes a compelling new documentary about the way we woo in a wired world.
Kim packed a wedding gown and flew to Prague to marry a man she had only met online. Dave met scores of women before having to reveal a physical shortcoming. At 30, Beth had given up on love before going online. Ryan Googled "gay" to figure out who he was. And Jonas literally found a new life through his Second Life avatar. When these strangers clicked, their lives changed forever.
"absorbing.... a nuanced and enlightened view of romantic coupling... Reserving judgment, the film beautifully explores the poignant nature of [one couple's] ambivalence toward solitude." - The New York Times
"a treat emotionally as well as intellectually" - Skirt.com
(a blog "all about women")
"The twists are stunning....The fifth story is the most mind-blowing." - Denver Post
"upbeat and entertaining. Its characters are attractive and funny. And [director] Robert Kenner is a very good storyteller." - documentaries.about.com
"these are love stories for our time." - New York Daily News