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Yet Dan Sickles and Antonio Santini’s Dina, which delves in detail into this very terrain, somehow manages to be compassionate, tender and frequently funny as it explores the tensions between Dina Buno and her fiancé Scott Levin (he suffers from Asperger’s syndrome).The pair ping around suburban Philadelphia and awkwardly debate their wildly differing expectations of conjugal bliss (she buys him The Joy of Sex, he confesses to “touching” himself) until the movie suddenly delivers a tragic bombshell that pulls Dina’s entire personality into focus. Unexpectedly, she meets supermarket worker Scott Levin, who is also on the autism spectrum.The connection between Dina and Scott propels the couple towards marriage.I wrote a LOG to the group recently, and I thought I post it here, It talks about how we are all looking for different things when we are single and how I meet my boyfriend through our events...

Her first husband died from cancer and she has lived alone for more than 20 years.I was nominated as the relationship expert of the year, for the work I've done within our meetup community and I'm looking forward to sharing my insights with you.I write logs to the group on my journey to learn to love again, which you can find here: https:// If the premise was a reality TV show or a fictional film then it would likely have felt like the filmmakers were objectifying and making fun of their lead characters. Instead Antonio Santini and Dan Sickles are happy to show us people who are often labelled as different lead normal lives.Sickles’ extended family has known Dina for most of her life and there is clearly an affection between the filmmakers and their subject matter.