Watch what happened when 100 people tried the scientific formula for falling in love! We've fallen in love with 'Strange Love' by Gia Coppola, Samantha Ressler, and Tracy Antonopoulos. The three talented ladies, whom we adore, rounded up 100 people, gave them 36 increasingly personal questions to answer with a partner, and then had them silently stare into one another’s eyes for 4 minutes. The project was based off of the thoughtfully penned New York Times essay by Mandy Len Catron that went viral last month —the filmmakers posted an open call on Instagram and filmed the entire process to see if following the the rules of the study would lead to true love. The results? An ethereally visceral, dreamy sequence of candid interviews.
We all have things we're good at. Some people are painters, some people are great listeners, some people always get bingo in Scrabble. I'm good at pretty much two things: watching TV and obsessing over TV. (Okay, that's a bit of hyperbole but just roll with it, okay?) One thing I love is talking about TV series and recapping all their twists and turns. So here I present you 2 Minute TV Recaps. Which is exactly what it sounds like.
*Erin moved to Los Angeles after living in NYC for 10 years and is adjusting to, well, everything. She works on TV shows when they let her and has an encyclopedic knowledge of both The Simpsons and Friends. She brought back "duh" in 2004 and if there is an opening for curator of Law & Order: SVU marathons, she'd like to submit her resume. You can follow her on Twitter @erinmallorylong or keep up with her here.
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