This Just In: Love Is Actually Not Tourism

Us in 2007, somewhere in Manhattan.

France has always prided itself on being the Country of Love and the United States the Leader of the Free World. Yet in this unprecedented time of crisis, when these grand self-declarations were tested, none of this turned out to be true.

The stories of these couples are warning us about the dangers of the virtual-first world some are now predicting / pushing as the new normal. They’re the living proof that if people can only connect online, they will eventually disconnect.

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Matthieu Silberstein is a filmmaker, an author, a French immigrant and a father. matthieusilberstein.com

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Matthieu Silberstein

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Matthieu Silberstein is a filmmaker, an author, a French immigrant and a father. matthieusilberstein.com

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