Blind dating film review
by name during a recent interview, there was little question which program he was referring to when he said that in this new show, he and his fellow E.
P.s “didn’t just want to retread a lot of the things that, let’s call them traditional or older dating shows, tend to do.”Instead, Culvenor and fellow executive producers Paul Franklin and Alycia Rossiter set out to capture an authentic snapshot of modern dating.
The show follows two people on a blind date, and then turns their date into a reality TV version of a cartoon in post-production.
It’s now casting people in Atlanta only, and will film this summer.
Those who are selected “will be needed to participate for one day for at least 8 hours,” the site says.
Here’s Bravo’s description:“Dating has always been an awkward, contentious, sexy, and hilarious adventure.
However, the magic of a blind date has gone away, replaced by the algorithms of dating apps, which have eroded dating into a casual meet-up to exchange preconceived notions. Updated for 2019 with social media trends and diverse couples of all ethnicities, ages and sexual orientations, each half-hour episode will feature strangers who are paired up and sent off on a blind date.
The film’s success hinges on our ability to invest in Kelly as a human being, and Kohn devotes too much of the first act to setting up the world.
Time she should have spent ingratiating us to Kelly is spent introducing us to conservative values.