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One would almost have to be a curmudgeon not to like "Lives," even if the cynic in us sometimes thinks the film makes aging seem like a breeze.
"Lives Well Lived" isn't exactly artful moviemaking, but it's a heartfelt reminder that for many, age is just a number.
Heartwarming lessons in how to grow old gracefully.
Sky Bergman set out to collect wit, wisdom and life stories from people often called "elderly" or even "the old old" -- between the ages of 75 and 100. She presents her subjects as ordinary folk, but most are extraordinary in their own ways.
Their stories are eventful and moving, and well supported by archival photos and footage.
Despite occasional Hallmark-level sentiments, in its best moments Lives Well Lived is a statement about the value of living memory.
A warm, uplifting and enlightening feast for the heart, mind and soul.
Every one of the 40 seniors interviewed in this beautifully respectful and affectionate doc abut aging emerges as a star. Bravi!
This film should have a nice run on cable or streaming but see it first on screen. It will make your day.
The doc is likable not so much because of the wisdom of the 40 subjects but from the vivid archival films and the energetic creativity of these participants.
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