They got there too, even if they didn't believe it. Now, the real children of the 60s have some desperation inside them, seeing people around forming families and so on. One solution is net dating.
The female hero here, well acted by Amanda Ooms, has bad luck. All her net dates are men with problems or at least causing her problems. What starts as a comedy gets darker and darker and the more this hero seeks, the more bad things happen around. To other people too.
This is a nightmare without the common horror effects and it's about real persons. A positive surprise about a generation facing problems they weren't aware of before.
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