I'm Here With Magazine Issue 2 August August 2016 - Page 64

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from flirty texting to their first Skype date, they find themselves drawn to each other but are reluctant to step out behind their digital curtain and meet in person. Because in today's dating scene, first comes like…and then comes…?

Is Technology a step ahead of Love? Have we become the romantic castaways in constant competition with gadgets in a world of zeros and ones.

Noel Orput's romantic Dramedy rewrites a pro and con list of a "Love" that is mediated through data and while it addresses the moral question of the potential of love, intimacy, experience in a world governed by technology, it doesn’t judge.

The writer/director states; “I wanted to make a film that showed how all of the phases of a relationship can now happen online or on devices: flirting, the first date, trusting enough to be vulnerable, sharing your gifts with each other, falling in love, the first fight, making up, etc. I feel like today you can experience a relationship without actually meeting someone in person. And whether that’s a good or bad thing is not for me to decide” .

Dalal Bruchman

is a beautiful LA Singer and Actress who just had her original soundtrack, “Enough” written by Dalal and sung by the new film, "First Comes Like”. Her song is sung by the protagonist, Robin Delano of the movie by Noel Douglas Orput that came out on June, 30th 2016.

“STAY IN LIKE OR FALL IN LOVE."

The notion of “Love” in the digital culture of impatience might have found its silver lining in Noel Orput’s “First Comes Like” movie.

The story of this Dramedy is, after, Jeff (Joe Fria) and Kate (Robin Delano) start texting another, they try to prove that it’s possible to build a personal relationship through the most impersonal of ways--technology.

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