More American women in their 30s are single now than ever before. They've been characterized in movies, TV and often by men they date as either desperately looking for a husband or so wedded to their work that they're uninterested in finding a mate. A new documentary takes on that stereotype.
We talk to Michelle Cove, director of the film "Seeking Happily Ever After: One Generation's Struggle to Redefine the Fairytale." What are the benefits and drawbacks of singlehood?