Falling in love "global" still a hurdle
By TeresaLopes on 11/24/2011
We live in a global society. Internet has made possible that our contacts are not recruited only within our family, local school, neighborhood, work but they can be everywhere in the world. At work that is even more notorious. Companies are increasingly international. Planes are crowded with managers on their way to a work meeting. Conference rooms, besides a long table and many chairs, are equipped for conference calls. But oddly enough, this global way of things did not "take into account" that people are bound to fall in love with a colleague that, maybe, lives on the other side of the ocenan. Falling in love with a colleague at work or at school was a very normal affair, a great memory, often the natural beginning of a long happy life. Now, in this global society, it can become a very complex, value threatning, mental devastating experience which can leave you with scars for the rest of your life. Surely if you are a young college student. This film remarkably describes this new life truth. Great movie.
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