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Why Dating Is a Lot Like Diving: Advice From 'Coach' Studs Terkel
May 07, 2014 | 32-part series
The 1953 archival film Beginning to Date, tries to ease the painfully awkward process of going out on your first date. Complete with a list of do’s and don’t’s, the old film will almost certainly prepare you better for your next Tinder date.
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About This Series
Outstanding short films selected by Atlantic staff