Filmmakers Jill Bauer and Ronna Gradus met while working as a writer and photographer, respectively, at the Miami Herald. They became fast friends, personally and professionally. "We also made each other laugh constantly," they say, and "soon realized this dynamic worked beautifully when out on newspaper assignments together."
So they toyed with the idea of making a documentary, and quickly saw that with a small test camera that "how quickly people would open up to us about sex, relationships and the seismic shift technology seemed to be creating in their lives -- people were hungry for a movie like 'Sexy Baby.'" So they "took the crazy plunge" and left their jobs to spend the next three years with doc director hats, an experience they call "exciting, exhausting, exhilarating, scary and hilarious -- sometimes all at the same time."
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