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In early screenings, “The Age of Love” has proved popular among younger as well as older audiences, and Loring is hopeful that the movie will help break down generational barriers, as well as address ageism.Ultimately, Loring hopes to build a national senior speed dating movement.No contact information is exchanged on the spot, but if there is chemistry, both people are notified by mail and take it from there.
The idea for a senior speed dating film came to Loring after two events hit close to home: One was the unexpected death of his father and the intense loss that his 70-year-old mother felt after the loss of her soulmate.“These are people who thought they would be married to one person for the rest of their lives,” Loring says in reference to the generation of seniors that “The Age of Love” features.“They didn’t expect to end up speed dating.” And that’s what interests him.Speed dating is a structured event that gathers singles in a central location – the Rochester event was held at a local restaurant – and pairs them with one another in quick, five minute mini-dates, until everyone has had a chance to chat.Participants keep notes on one another, which they later submit to the organizer.I see women who’ve lost their husbands and they’re all looking around for some baggy-assed man to share their life with. So I travel, I dance, I flirt, and I’m out there in everybody’s face.” “My arms are wrinkled and flabby. I’m disappointed that I cant see the person that I feel inside.I don’t feel 70 inside.” “I’m still that young girl, that teenager, that eight-year-old.The other was the head-over-heels first love that his bachelor uncle found when, at almost 80, he moved into an independent living community and fell head over heels for a woman even older than he was.In response, Loring set out to find the answers to the questions “Do our hearts and desires change over a lifetime? ” As he searched for answers, the seniors in “The Age of Love” opened up to Loring in ways he never expected, even at their first meetings.“I think there’s a huge demand for people to have opportunities to still be seen, to be loved, to be understood by somebody else. So I don’t think love changes, it just gets stripped down to what’s essential.” And what’s essential, he says, is companionship.“It’s not what’s left of love – it’s what love is all about.