Forty million Americans meet online, and people between the ages of 18 and 30 spend up to ten hours a week on dating apps. In order to understand the success of Tinder, the creators of the film paid some visits to some research offices, people's bedrooms and crazy student parties. In the film, the academic discourse about the crisis of monogamy is interspersed with some unsophisticated girlish thoughts like “guys only want one thing”. Dating apps gave us the opportunity to meet people whom we would never have met in ordinary life, but at the same time, they caused us a lot of doubts. Does Tinder stimulate the objectification of women? How often does the scrolling through photos turn into an addiction? When do we stop the endless search for better options to finally choose someone? And, finally, why do men love to put photos where they hold giant fish on their profiles? The heroes of the film talk openly about self-doubt when they see other people's ideal images, their failed dates and foolish text messages. The decision-making fatigue from having too much choice is also discussed here. There will be no conclusions, but one thing is clear - our sexual and romantic rituals change under the pressure of technology, and we just have to accept that.
Dating apps change our traditional ways, our approach to relationships and sexuality. How well do we adapt to these changes? Will digital algorithms help us understand each other better. And, finally, What is wrong with all these dating applications? A group of psychology, sexology, and technology experts, will take part in the discussion panel after the premiere of the film.