"We are lonely but never alone" makes an equally appropriate slogan for both big city and digital living. With infinite possible connections at both our physical and virtual fingertips, why do so many people feel so isolated from the rest of the Earth's seven billion human inhabitants? Filmmaker Paul Riccio explores this phenomenon in the engrossing visual monologue 8,336,615 (New York).
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