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"I think we’re kind of beyond romantic comedies about the meet-cute where you bump into someone at a library or someone accidentally pours coffee over you and that’s how two people meet," Campbell says of the influence that online dating is having on entertainment.
"Now meet-cutes are over the phone and you can’t see someone in an app.
I think it’s really lovely, especially that the female character is quite in control of what’s happening in the plot and she starts to realize what’s going on in this world." It is Amy who eventually realizes that their world isn't right.
When reuniting once more, she leads Frank to the end of their town, the wall they have been warned not to climb over, and her persistent questioning causes a break in the system.
One of the other episodes, "Crocodile," was meant to star a man, but then Andrea Riseborough asked if they would consider her as the lead and they responded by saying: Why not?
season 4, this time showing us what might be in store for the world of dating.
Until the Emmy-winning "San Junipero" episode of season three, the cardinal rule of Charlie Brooker's Netflix series had been to expect a bleak moral of the story, one that is always accompanied by a shock twist.Only given 12 hours until their relationship will expire, Amy and Frank enjoy a date that is, by all accounts, a nice night together.Instead of having a one-night stand, they fall asleep side-by-side, touching hands.After their first date, the story begins to shift more to Amy's perspective, though it follows both Amy and Frank as they continue to work the system and bounce from one sub-par relationship to another."The idea of option paralysis and having too many options at your fingertips almost jolts your thinking about how online dating can be quite harmful," Campbell says of the darker side of the story.