Scenes From Love In The Digital Age
Lizzie(Kenna James) finds herself at the bar with Janine(Gia Paige) trying out the freedom of the no phone experiment. Lizzie tries a new vice of smoking and meets Jeremy(Small Hands) outside talking about the obsession of phones and try to look up into the world finding themselves having a great sexual experience and true connection.
34 Pics, 29 Mins
Sara (Gia Paige) has been watching her thoughts and emotions transform as her online existence no longer dominates her every thought and breath. Griff (Logan Peirce) finds himself falling deeper for her only with their voices and flies her out to have a face to face encounter and get deep inside.
29 Pics, 38 Mins
Suitor Mark (Marcus London) stops by Janine's (Mona Wales) to see how everything is since she has taken herself offline. Admitting to going crazy and stalking ex lovers she has decided to stay off and date in real life. Mark admits to being very nervous on their first date and would like to start off with a kiss and after second thought Janine kisses him and takes him into the bedroom for a hot redo.
32 Pics, 31 Mins
Interviews: Getting to know the women and their stories.
Fresh partner Will (Tyler Nixon) makes sure to reassure Sara's (Gia Paige) social validation and special exemption to the rule of most girls, with some hot sex after a shower. But, did sharing and posting go to far for true emotions.
26 Pics, 21 Mins
When phone-obsessed millennials, Sara and Lizzie, challenge Gen Xer, Janine to start internet dating while they respectively give up all access to the internet, the three never could have predicted all the surprises in store for them. Unaware of how much they leaned on the comfortability of their former lives, Sara, Lizzie and Janine initially struggle to embrace a new way of thinking. But as time passes each woman discovers something new about themselves and with the help of three unexpected suitors they realize that maybe embracing the unknown is really the quickest path to their “happily ever after.”
108 Pics, 124 Mins