How to Live Forever2010
"How to Live Forever" is 2010 Documentary film written by Mark Wexler . Phyllis Diller and Ray Bradbury are starring, alongside Jack LaLanne, Raymond Kurzweil, Willard Scott and Elaine LaLanne.
What was the release date of "How to Live Forever":
How to Live Forever was initally released in the United States on Sunday, February 07, 2010 (Santa Barbara International Film Festival).. This was nine (9) years ago.
What is the cast of "How to Live Forever":
At the casting of How to Live Forever we find Phyllis Diller, previously seen in Casper's Scare School (2006) and Forget About It (2006); Ray Bradbury (The Halloween Tree (1993)); Jack LaLanne (Beefcake (1998), Repossessed (1990)) [ more... ]
What is the Storyline of "How to Live Forever":
Filmmaker Mark Wexler is not going down without a fight. Faced with the devastating loss of his mother and his own advancing age, Mark takes off on a curious, lively, sometimes troubling enquiry into how he might live forever. His search takes him to the places where people live longest, from Okinawa to Iceland. He journeys to Las Vegas to attend a funeral directors convention and the Ms. Senior America pageant. He contemplates a future in cold storage at a cryonics facility in Arizona. He receives exercise tips from Jack LaLanne, hormone replacement advice from Suzanne Somers, and promises of eternal life from biogerontologist Aubrey de Grey. Yet the more he travels into the strange worlds of laughter yoga, elder porn, calorie restriction, and old-fashioned religion, the less sure he becomes of his goal. Can it be that life's true meaning is found in the humble chili dog? A fun, provocative, and searching look at the deepest mystery of life.
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