I actually had to put lotion on my hands to get them to fit my wrist — I got bruises putting them on! It can be frustrating at times, but he understands we're really busy. But at the end of the day, anyone who really cares about you would say, "Dude, you're in India right now, experience it. KIELY: We do have little disagreements, but we don't take anything really seriously.
At the end of the day, we can laugh about anything.
We talked about doing a big, romantic run through the city but with the modern version: You’re talking on Face Time as you do it. A lot of people debated after if it was corny or bs. You have these moments and then it can fall to shit 48 hours later.
But Nancy Schwartzman — producer and director of the in-the-works film xoxosms — wants to tell a different, more salutary tale: about (young) people forging relationships that may start as virtual, but are very, very real.“My favorite scene is from the first season — episode seven — which is the first episode I wrote with Lena Dunham.We wrote this scene where she and Adam get in a fight by the tracks, after the party in Bushwick.They are each other’s very first loves, and through the Internet, they have established a connection that feels as real as if they were right there beside each other. You can kick in a few bucks here to help Schwartzman & co. (They’re already over halfway there, with 19 days to go!) You can share your story at their Tumblr, “Without the Internet We Never Would Have Met.” And you can watch the trailer, oh, right now!