«Nowadays you can make friends with anyone, anywhere, simply by pressing button on the site. I would like to return to the real world friendships » blockquote>
So he went to a journey of 8,000 kilometers with his friend, 27-year-old Bran Van Ly, who was armed with a camera to document a unique experience. After friends got to Austin, they spent a week in search of the Nile, combing the city and putting up fliers, starting with the phrase "you know or have seen this man? On Facebook we said that we could become friends. Please help! "
They even wore a T-shirt on which was a comic inscription "Neil Di Roethke - for President!»
«At first we thought our chances of finding it are insignificant, but then visited several places in Austin, where, according to our information, he liked to be, and finally found someone who knew him ». blockquote> The man suggested that they could find on the Nile aftograf session. There Victor finally met a mysterious stranger, who so desperately sought.
«We had no idea how he would react, and very nervous. But after we explained everything, Neil just laughed and said, "Okay, you found me" - as if he was waiting for us! » Blockquote>
Well, Facebook was right when he suggested that Victor and Neil will be able to make friends. They spent a lot of time in Austin, and the artist has promised to soon put the guy a return visit. After returning home, travelers have mounted all footage in a half-hour video, which is now available on Vimeo. This is a touching, modern history, showing that friendship is friendship remained, despite all modern technology.