Everybody feels lonely sometimes. But only few of us are aware how important this feeling was for our ancestors - and that our modern world can turn it into something that really hurts us. Why do we feel this way and what can we do about it?


Loneliness examined

Loneliness is a feeling, so why make a scientific video on it. Turns out there is much more to loneliness than just something we experience from time to time. We explore the history of the feeling, why it was important for our ancestors and what all of this means for our modern society.


How Loneliness kills

In the process of researching this video we came across a lot of interesting scientific findings, did you e.g. know that loneliness is as deadly as obesity and smoking? Loneliness becomes a health risk for billions in a world that gets more and more alienated.


Managing facts and feelings

This video took us 2 years to make. We wanted to manage the tonality and get this 100% right. After all Loneliness is a deeply personal feeling for everyone and a scientific video should connect to people to have an impact. We received very positive and sometimes very sad feedback on this video ever since it was released in 2019.

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