A woman from Long Island not only found a partner when she was swiping through Tinder but a kidney donor as well, which is more partners (not to mention kidney donors) than I’ve ever found on that app.
Now, the couple’s story will be the subject of a new documentary called “Bean.”
Newsday reports that the film follows 27-year-old Alana Duran and 24-year-old Lori Interlicchio “as their story spreads across the internet,” all culminating with their transplant surgeries in early 2016.
“It’s a lot of fun to have your story told like that,” Interlicchio told Newsday.
Duran had already been waiting for a kidney transplant for four years before she met Interlicchio, Newsday says. Six months after their first date at a Fire Island bar, Interlicchio found out she was a perfect match and offered to donate a kidney to her new girlfriend.
“It was kind of mind-blowing that we have this viral video and it’s a good story that people liked,” Duran told Newsday.
You can catch Bean on Fuse, and you can catch me on Tinder because I’m still single as hell.