The dating project
The film then follows five single people in their quest for companionship, two of whom, Matt and Shanzi, are Boston College seniors.(Their last names have been left out for privacy.)“Dating takes social courage and we need to teach our young people the virtue of social courage,” Cronin said in a statement. With so many phone apps designed to help us find “the one”, not to mention a pervasive hook-up culture which gains traction every year, it’s starting to look as though younger generations have lost the basic mechanics of traditional dating.Now one documentary hopes to re-introduce some positive change into the world of romance. Kelly Cronin and produced by Pure Flix, follows five single individuals ranging from college to middle age as they pursue the lost art of traditional dating in today’s culture. Cronin, who serves as a professor at Boston College, began assigning her class to go on what she called, “traditional dates”.
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