Senior speed dating
But they never ask me about what I’m feeling emotionally.And I have so much to tell you..'” Through these encounters, Loring says he learned that nothing does really change.
“I’m virile – I’m ready,” says Matt, who trails his oxygen tank through his speed dating experience. “You just have to say when my time’s up it’s up and go for it. “But this is who I am, and I think it’s better just to be me.I see women who’ve lost their husbands and they’re all looking around for some baggy-assed man to share their life with. So I travel, I dance, I flirt, and I’m out there in everybody’s face.” “My arms are wrinkled and flabby. I’m disappointed that I cant see the person that I feel inside.I don’t feel 70 inside.” “I’m still that young girl, that teenager, that eight-year-old.“I’m trying to get the stories that aren’t told and the feelings that aren’t exposed. ” The “I” is Steven Loring, a 40-something-year-old fledgling filmmaker who is making his first full-length documentary film.The “You” is a succession of seniors in the Rochester area whom Loring is contacting in the hope they will become subjects in his film.