Marine and Raphaël have been living a romance that has lasted for three years. But the coronavirus has shaken up their story. They were to move into a 30 square meter apartment in Paris together, but they deemed the apartment too small. They therefore decided to confine themselves to 65 km from each other with their respective parents. Marine left everything abandoned overnight by postponing her dream of moving in with Raphaël. Far from each other, they had to adapt.
But absence begins to weigh. Marine would love to be able, if only for a weekend, to find Raphael and give him a hug. It is one of the things that she misses and that she cannot do virtually. Raphaël, meanwhile, recalls that it was the anniversary of his dear and tender one month ago and for the occasion he would have liked to take the car and go to see it, but it is impossible. Love in the days of the coronavirus is also reinventing itself for singles thanks to dating applications, which are experiencing a boom.
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