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Unless you’re still young, desire and passion will have been something you’ve experienced and something that probably plays a huge part in your life.Hoping to capture that buzz of meeting someone special for the first time and sharing a connection, Samuel Abrahams’ is the tale of a single man who challenged himself to find his next date without the help of the internet.This person could be a co-worker you meet by the coffee pot every day, someone your friends or relatives recommended, the friendly sales rep in your favorite department store or the aerobics instructor at your gym.
When discussing with the team here at Short of the Week, the cynic in me brought up the question of how “real” a film like this truly is – but as a fellow team member so perfectly stated…does it really matter?
If it (or some parts of it) were staged, then does that dilute the message of the film?
In an age where the prominence of mobile devices means we’re “online” and able to communicate with others whenever we choose, Abrahams’ film aligns with an ever-increasing view that this readily available connection is only making us more disconnected to the physical world.
With my working life centred around the internet (I teach online journalism along with writing for Short of the Week & Directors Notes) it might seem somewhat detrimental for me to agree with this perspective – but it’s something I’ve given great consideration in recent times and it’s hard to really disagree with this analysis.
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