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The film is a collection of interviews of girls who are single at soon stages of life. The interviews are intertwined with the filmmaker's own thoughts on his extended bachelorhood.The film has tiny fanfare, it lets the emotion come pouring out. Not in a bloodletting way, more of "let's look at this rationally" way. The style and tone of the film really lets the depth of the concerns of single-too-long folks really come to the forefront.The film feels long. At first it seemed funny - like that silliness one gets when they realize they are about to be emotionally exposed - but then the humor was overcome by the length. At 101 minutes, it isn't long by many standards. The tempo isn't tedious. It just seems long and endless.But this is for nice effect. It emphasizes the burden these folks feel and the pointless emptiness of being alone. It's not like they are suffering a illness and the race is one for a cure, it's not like there is redemption for the missteps that led them to their state.The most curious element of the movie is that the filmmaker is everytime in a mirror because he's everytime behind the camera. There seems to be some type of commentary there, nevertheless it seems like there's a wall between he and all of his female interviewees. (There isn't a lot of dialog in the film - it's nearly all monologues.)It's a documentary, not a drama. It is plain but not "raw." It states the obvious, there isn't a discovery. It's certainly not a first date movie, it isn't something you wish to watch after a breakup.I hope I don't wind up in a sequel but there's a girl or two in my past I'd nominate for a role in it. ;)
This film shows the introspection of many various girls and the creator about their extended periods of being single.You learn about all their feelings, their views, their romantic journeys over the years. How their disappointment and heartbreak have affected them.It was a tiny sad to see these girls and this boy longing for love so late in their life, some of them even being on a long drought in-between serious relationships.In my opinion though it was a type of pretty sadness, because it showed me that on the surface many folks may act kind, happy, and content with their lives, but underneath the daily persona, and all the barriers and walls they place up most girls really just wish to be loved. I know that sounds cliché, but these interviews are proof.I can also see the social pressure from society, mates and family to be married and have a family or there gotta be "something wrong" with you come out in this as well.The creator tells something like "this film could be shown in high school so that folks will know that falling-in-love happily-ever-after isn't inevitable." With the 60% divorce rate these days, I agree. Maybe some young folks will create more effort develop better dating skills or work harder hold their relationships together after watching this. Both of which I think are perfectly fine goals.Best of all, seeing all the lonely girls out there longing for love showed me that there is lots of occasion for nice, responsible, hardworking, guys to search love. It's never too late.
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