Six degrees of dating imdb
But if you don't mind that, like a movie with some substance, and can keep up with the fast paced dialogue, you'll probably enjoy this movie. Also an amusing cast of real-life cameos (Chuck Close, Kitty Carlyle).
However, Guare's drama works better as a play than as a film, because the stage leaves to the imagination much of what the movie spells out in sometimes tedious detail.
Six degrees of separation is the idea that all living things and everything else in the world are six or fewer steps away from each other so that a chain of "a friend of a friend" statements can be made to connect any two people in a maximum of six steps.
The manuscript left many significant questions about networks unresolved, and one of these was the number of degrees of separation in actual social networks.
In 2003, Columbia University conducted an analogous experiment on social connectedness amongst Internet email users.
Their effort was named the Columbia Small World Project, and included 24,163 e-mail chains, aimed at 18 targets from 13 different countries around the world.
The UK-based game company Mind Candy is currently testing the theory by distributing a picture of a Japanese man named Satoshi.
The puzzle was originally a part of Mind Candy's Perplex City, but it has since grown into its own project.