The best-selling documentary, Cell, which follows two lovers as they navigate their personal lives through their smartphones, premiered on HBO earlier this year.
It follows the women, both married, as they go through their everyday lives, from their day-to-day routines to intimate moments that might never be captured on film.
While the films intimate nature might be a surprise to viewers, they’re also important because it provides the opportunity for the couples to share their intimate stories with a larger audience.
“It’s an interesting conversation,” said Amy R. DeCoura, who is a professor of journalism and media studies at the University of Minnesota.
“But the reason why it’s interesting is because we don’t often see intimate moments on camera, because the cameras are so small.
So we’re not able to really look at people as people, as people are, as human beings.
The cameras are there to capture a couple talking about their love story, but they’re not necessarily intimate.
They’re more like, ‘Oh, there’s some little things I forgot about that are important for me, and it’s a good conversation.'”
It’s important for the filmmakers to capture the intimacy of their intimate moments because, as we all know, intimacy is very important in love.
“The truth of the matter is that love is complicated,” said Ria Zielinski, a senior researcher at the American Psychological Association.
“When you have a relationship that is deeply intimate, it becomes difficult to be intimate in other contexts.
And when you do have intimate moments, you tend to find the words to say them.
And you don’t have a way to capture those moments.”
As a society, we tend to view intimate relationships in terms of love and love is important in relationships, said Zielinsky.
“That doesn’t always apply to relationships that are more transactional.
It’s easier to understand a person as a person who loves them in a way that we don in everyday relationships.”
And, while intimate relationships can be very personal, it’s important to note that, as a society that loves and cares for one another, the human race has evolved to be more open and tolerant to others.
“We are now able to embrace people with all kinds of different backgrounds and backgrounds, and there are a lot of similarities between people who are like us, and people who don’t, and that’s kind of cool,” said Zialinski.
“I think that’s really exciting.
We don’t think of ourselves as the same people all the time.
We’re a very inclusive species.”
In an attempt to capture that same kind of openness, a new film called The Unauthorized Love Story, based on a book by Amy Chua, has been nominated for the 2016 National Film Board of Canada Film Award for Best Documentary Short.
The film, based in Toronto, follows two people who fall in love and the obstacles they face to getting married and having a child.
The story is told through the lens of their cell phones, as their love stories are shared with the audience, allowing the audience to connect with the story.
“There’s a lot more openness and more openness in relationships now,” said Chua.
“People are more willing to be honest and open with one another.
I think we’re also seeing more people embrace each other and embrace the fact that we have this capacity to love and have that capacity.”
And it’s not just couples who are embracing the openness.
The number of people who use a smartphone in everyday life is growing rapidly, which means the possibilities for love and intimacy are also growing exponentially.
“When I was a kid, I used to think that it was just a kid thing, that people just wanted to get married and get a relationship going,” said DeCucas.
“Now I think it’s an adult thing.
I’m not sure how much I want to get into a relationship.
I want a job.
I don’t know if I want kids, and I don.
So I’m open to that.”
While it’s impossible to predict when couples will start having intimate moments in their lives, it is clear that it’s going to be a very big change.
“I think it will change how we think about relationships in general, and in particular, the way people relate to one another,” said Jennifer D. Anderson, the founder of Love Story Lab.
“We can see how it’s affecting all kinds the relationships we have now.
The way we relate to each other, we’re changing how we communicate.
I am so excited for that.”