People wanted to be held; they wanted to feel connected to another person physically.
As Matt says at the end, "I haven't found the love of my life yet, but I haven't stopped looking -- and I feel more aggressive now." These people gave themselves permission to see themselves as potential lovers in a way that they didn't before.
There were quite a few dates that came out of the event, so they were ready to put themselves on the line.
I just felt like there was a story there, if I could find a way into it.
So I followed people looking for love, because I figured who, at any age, wouldn't understand what that meant?
So how is the other 43 percent finding love if they haven't already?
Perhaps though speed-dating, if they're lucky enough to have an event in their city.
I don't think that there was any less desire to be with a really good partner -- people really opened themselves up to that.
They might have been more skeptical of finding it, because they knew a lot about life and what they'd lost was always on their minds.
Someone who will look at you and listen to you and understand you so you're not really alone?
I think love when you're older is the same, just everything else is stripped away. Some people were more eager to have a sexual relationship, but touch was something that came up a lot more with people.
It just becomes harder as you get older, because there's less opportunity.