The “You” is a succession of seniors in the Rochester area whom Loring is contacting in the hope they will become subjects in his film.
Many interviews and hours of filming later, when “The Age of Love” premiered in April 2014 at the Newport Beach Film Festival in California, one audience member called it “the best reality show I have ever seen.” That might be because the film is an immensely honest look at ordinary people who find themselves unexpectedly looking for love later in life.
It tells a story of ageless yearnings amid oxygen tanks and creaky joints.
Remember those stories about how your parents roughed it in an old drafty apartment, with barely enough room to swat the cockroaches and oscillating fans to cool the sweat off?
Since apartment communities really want you to rent from them, they make your stay worthwhile. We’re talking tanning, gyms, game rooms, computer labs, free HBO, jogging trails, grills, basketball courts and virtual golf.
The most visible parties in Gville are the pool parties.
“I’m trying to get the stories that aren’t told and the feelings that aren’t exposed. ” The “I” is Steven Loring, a 40-something-year-old fledgling filmmaker who is making his first full-length documentary film.