Blind dating film 2016
Speaking on the condition she could use a pseudonym, Mary said she felt hopeless over the trend of women being “leftover” in the city because they outnumbered the men, a situation worsened by factors such as a falling marriage rate due to high housing prices and long working hours discouraging singletons from going on dates.In Hong Kong, the gender ratio has become increasingly skewed, with just 852 males to every 1,000 females, compared with 911 to 1,000 a decade ago.“The concept of blind dating is prevalent since ages.Even in an arranged marriage, when a boy gets introduced to a girl, it is also like blind dating.
“I grew up learning about dating by watching dramas and movies, but I do not know what it is really like, you know, to be loved by a boyfriend.” “We have all been told that Hong Kong girls outnumber the boys – what if I am the one who really cannot find a partner in the end? Mary is one of many young women in the city having trouble finding a partner.
But the new generation thinks blind dating is just about sex, and our story definitely includes these points, but it is primarily about love,” Shankar, who has directed the film, told IANS.