When they break up, her carefully-planned future comes tumbling down.
Lola, guided by her best friend Alice, has to find her way back into the dating scene.
The Male/Female ratio is very because all I see is women.
I just want to know if it's any better in NYCI don't want to be negative but-HELL NO the dating scene over here isn't better.
Or because you really want that summer share in the Hamptons. Maybe you’re a traditionalist and you still believe you can meet someone in Central Park... This can be why most New Yorkers don’t want to commit, because they know that there will always be someone else, theoretically better, right around the corner.
Or someone to call "babe" every Sunday morning at brunch at The Smith. Like, literally, around the corner you can see right now.
But she is obviously the comic foil, so that's a really fun part to play." As Lola, Gerwig gets to put a unique twist on the romantic comedy genre.
"It is not a traditional rom-com, but if you tried to put it within that structure, then the person she is always meant to end up with is herself.
I generally go for guys who are preppy but I like all men.
"We felt like there were all these broadly-drawn romantic comedies like "Sex and the City," "Bridget Jones's Diary" and now "Bridesmaids." They're all funny and glamorous, but they didn't feel as authentic and specific to our reality." Zoe Lister-Jones, who co-wrote the script, also co-stars as Lola's brutally frank best friend, Alice.
"The trick is to always make that person grounded, so that was my challenge.
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There are very few single men between the ages of 18-30, I'm 19 there aren't many guys my age around here.