An Education

An Education

EDUCATION – DVD MovieA young girl seduced by an older man may be a common story, but An Education is no common movie. As Jenny, a precocious middle-class British schoolgirl charmed by a small-time criminal, newcomer Carey Mulligan is luminous; her face can be plain and beautiful at the same time, her eyes expressing a restless intelligence and a hungry soul. As David, the seducer, Peter Sarsgaard (Year of the Dog, Garden State) gives yet another rich, thoughtful performance. The script, adapted by Nick Hornby (whose novels High Fidelity and About a Boy have been made into movies), is full of unexpected details that bring every moment to life. Director Lone Scherfig (Italian for Beginners) has made sure that every character is vivid and real; even seemingly minor moments have texture and vitality. The supporting cast–including Alfred Molina, Emma Thompson, Cara Seymour (Adaptation), Dominic Cooper (The History Boys), and Olivia Williams (Rushmore)–is simply impeccable. In a small but memorable part, Rosamund Pike (Die Another Day) shows an unexpected (and marvelous) comic side. In short, An Education is a funny, smart, and compassionate movie that will launch a great career for Mulligan and be a jewel on the filmographies of everyone involved. See this movie. –Bret Fetzer

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Online Dating Reinvents Itself with the Recent Roll-Out of, a Free Website that Focuses on a Person’s Career in Education!


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A New Jersey based company has decided to take online dating one step further, targeting people that work in the same industry. They believe that people who work together in the education industry are extremely compatible. The creators of this website work in the education market place and for years have met couples that either work together in K-12 or met through some educational function. “People’s love for children and passion to provide a quality education drives them together,” exclaims Evan Ried, the Co-founder of “It’s a great feeling when people face the same challenges day in and day out in their professional life and are able to go home to someone who understands and can sympathize with their career choice.” is a website that allows educators of all types to sign up, search for, and send emails to people who interest them for free. Unlike the current market leaders such as, Lavalife, and Jdate, they feel finding your perfect match should not cost a fee each month. People from all types of backgrounds that are interested in education can sign up and start searching for their mate for free.

The online dating market is continuing to change and adapt to what people want and need. A dating site based on a person’s occupation is the new way for people to find their perfect match. Dating is a daunting and seemingly never ending cycle, with you can break the ice and break the cycle with your perfect match today!


This website is dedicated to educators and administrators all over the world! lets you meet and network with people in your field that share your passion and understand your career choice!


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