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When she enlists Max to hack the account to see where it originated, he finds that it has been routed through countless proxies, and is untraceable.
Damien is abducted while chatting with Elizabeth, who has her back turned at the moment of his kidnapping and does not realize he is missing until she receives a bizarre call from his computer, showing his house completely empty.
This is unfortunate, since it is usually a lovely holiday event which takes place from early December until early January.
Even from the webcam, one can see all the festive decorations and wares for sale.
The graduate board reluctantly gives her a grant, with the help of Sally, one of her friends on the graduate board pushing for her approval.
She spends the next few months continuously chatting with strangers, much to the chagrin of her boyfriend, Damien, and friends Jenni and Max.
Right now, as I watch, there are not that many, though. :) Another friend of yours here and I are in contact offline as well. We will stop by Navona in early May (on our way home) and wave at the camera. Well, it's not looking too good for a Christmas Market (Mercatini di Natale) in Piazza Navona, again, this year.The movie begins with Elizabeth logging into a webcam-based social media site known as The Den, which allows users to chat with random strangers across the world, similar to Chatroulette.For her graduate project in sociology, she proposes to chat with as many strangers as possible and calculate how many meaningful conversations she can accumulate.Piazza Navona is one of the most beautiful and largest squares in Rome, daily visited by hundreds of tourists coming from all over the world.Originally built as Domitian's stadium (also known as Circus Agonalis), in 85 AD was used exclusively for athletics and race horses, after the restoration works done by Alessandro Severo during the 3th century, Piazza Navona was completed during the 17th century and transformed into a large urban space, a highly remarkable masterpiece of Baroque architecture under Pope Innocents X Pamphili who intended to celebrate the rise of the papal family; its huge original dimensions (276x106 meters and a capacity of 30000 spectators) gave the square its long oval shape (still retained today) while thanks to its particular structure Piazza Navona was in the past regularly turned into a summer habit, a space completely flooded on all Saturdays and Sundays of August until 1866.