Seeking Happily Ever After

I came across an interesting sounding documentary while looking at the Feministing blog today. I think I stumbled upon it somewhere else a few weeks ago, but I took some time to peruse the website today. Being an almost 30 single woman myself, it especially piqued my interest. From the Seeking Happily Ever After website’s summary:

There are more single women in their 30s today (by choice) than at any other time in history, according to a recent US Census. Why now? Are women redefining happily ever after? Filmmakers Kerry David and Michelle Cove decided to find out. They went underneath the bubbly surface of Sex and the City to talk to hundreds of single women and find out what’s really going on.

The documentary has interviews with single women over 30, discussing both their happiness and even their struggles with their position. No longer is the Cinderella story considered what every little girl wants.

They have a nice little preview video on YouTube:


1 Comment

  1. August 8, 2008 at 4:17 pm

    Thank you so much for picking up on our documentary!

    We’re really excited about all the attention its getting – single women in their 30s need a voice and BOY do we hear them in this doc. But we also speak with men abour their own struggles with single and 30 and of course the peer pressure on both sides of this predicament. At the end of the day we get to ask you “Are you living YOUR Happily Ever After, or are you living someone elses’. Reality check – tune into your authentic selves, it’s never too late. We’re having a fundraising party on August 14th in Beverly Hills. All info about the event can be found on our website we hope to see you there!
    Kerry and Michelle

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