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Witness how New Yorkers get ready to "get digits" Before Lena Dunham contemplated adding David Mamet's daughter Zosia to Dunham's HBO Hit show "Girls", when Sarah Jessica Parker ruled the streets of New Jack City, these NYU Alumni cemented this memory of the hedonistic carefree 24 hour party loving people in the big Apple before 9/11.
Gotham is the perfect place for playing the dating game and the "Manhattan Dating Project" shows this.
See how one European-American date and an All american Date get along and are analyzed by an Astro-numerologist.
This concept has been copied by "Blind Date", numerous blockbuster movies, up to Kim Kardashian invading the Hamptons. Fun to watch, at times frighteningly honest, I can't recommend this enough.
If you want to see a time capsule, how much fun life was, in Manhattan between Washington Square Park and Wall Street, this is your movie.
These days we’re supposed to be more “connected” than ever, but it’s actually harder than ever to truly connect.
Online dates, blind dates, and the latest in ridiculous dating apps all make it hard to see people for who they really are.
What’s most impressive about tonight’s episode is how tightly plotted it is and how uniform the themes are.