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Director Hugh Hartford skillfully documents each person's past and present.
A charming and even inspirational doc that follows eight medal-winning veterans of the sport on their way to and through the 15th annual World over-80s Table Tennis Championship.
These dynamic table-tennis stars put the rest of us to shame.
It's breezy fun, touching lightly on illness and worse.
Win or lose, Ping Pong is a gentle, light-hearted and at times comedic testament to an active mind.
I suppose some would say it was workmanlike, but I think it suits the material, and gives it a calm, understated feel, rather than a shouty, patronising one of the kind that goes: 'Hey, look, old people do stuff!'
A rousing documentary that pays tribute to the grit of male and female competitors in the over-80 World Table Tennis Championships.
Uplifting in all senses - it'll propel you off the couch to get busy living too.
The actual matches themselves, as they approach the Finals and still contain some of our characters, become really quite exciting.
Terrific, uplifting, often raw and frequently funny...If the film has a theme, it's how the ageing process can often afflict the body far more than it does the mind.
With lively, skilfully intimate camerawork and sparky editing, the film captures the players' personalities and the energy of the matches.
By briefly profiling each, the filmmakers ensure we care about them all; they are not treated as some sort of novelty act for the sake of the camera, and this is what makes the film a standout
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