How Will We Love?

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How Love, filmmaker and composer Chris Brickler, explores the human experience of romantic love and modern dynamics that challenge long-term commitment.

In 2004, Brickler interviewed their grandparents after his 63 anniversary with the aim of creating a DVD of the family to carry out his legacy.

This view of the relationship lasting grandparents – now 68 long years – took him to ask others about their opinions and feelings about the compromise.

He said he opened a wave of dialogue that could not be contained in a story or a song.

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