UnLonely Film Festival 5


A woman and man in their early sixties try to overcome loneliness on a second date.

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Meet the Filmmaker

What is their why?

“I wanted to explore the lengths that a person will go to when they are lonely. It is such a powerful emotion and the main character of this film pushes out of her own comfort zone to overcome this feeling.”

Meredith Hama-Brown’s work as a director has taken part in various international film festivals including: Palm Springs Shortfest, Shnit, Fantastic Fest, and Fantasia International Film Festival. 

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What have been the most successful ways you’ve put yourself out there to meet others – romantically or platonically?  What advice can you share with Sandra?

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  1. Nancy

    As a woman in her late 60’s, I am actually offended by this film in some ways. At the same time, some people may relate to this…. sadly. I have been divorced for over 35 years, and am not lonely perse – but somewhat concerned about aging in this society. I do not have an interest in looking for a man for company in relation to loneliness. The film maker is young -not sure of what her life experience is to lend to this topic. Life is just as full as we choose it to be, and that is true at any age. I will admit that I have done a lot of personal growth, therapy, and other life enhancement activities that allow me to be where I am at this point. And I do understand the premise of the film. Just would not want women or men who are in their 60’s to feel this would be a normal response to life at this point if they are not coupled.


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