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Candles and languid electro-jazz set the scene for a romantic rendezvous at a north London bar, but the couple sitting face-to-face can use only their eyes to beguile.The 90-second silent date is the latest attempt by Londoners to reinvent the city's intoxicating world of nightclubs, bars and fleeting liaisons.People don't make as much eye contact as they used to," added Taffler, sporting a dark jacket, white shirt, black beard and handlebar moustache.He believes it is time to move beyond the world of words, which can often be used to conceal true personalities. Things get more serious in the evening's second act as Taffler turns the music down-tempo with British group Cinematic Orchestra and the participants are given a minute and a half in which to seduce.Lucie, a teacher with long black hair, sits opposite a young man, hands on knees. She lowers her forehead, takes a deep breath before diving into the eyes of her partner with a fragile gaze.
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