Just from the trailer itself, I’ve learned that living forever involves smoking, running, drinking beer, lifting your hands up to the sky, not knowing that you’re the oldest person alive, taking pills, using calipers, and being funny.
The forthcoming documentary How To Live Forever is an exploration of old age both from those who have it and those who want to avoid it.
It looks sharp and funny, as if Morgan Spurlock suddenly became obsessed with dying (and not dying). Director Mark Wexler looks to have created something truly touching here.
Check it out for yourself:
It’s a little bittersweet to see Jack Lalanne on screen after his recent death, but over all this film looks to be playful while plumbing the rusty pipes of an age-old question.
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