How to Live Forever: Film Review
The documentary, directed by Mark S. Wexler, is less about how to delay or defeat death and more about what gives life meaning.
It’s a huge subject, vital to every living person in the world — what it means to grow old and how one can cheat or at least postpone mortality. Fortunately, Mark S. Wexler eschews ponderousness in favor of a wry, observant, open-minded approach in his most informative and often quite funny documentary How to Live Forever. You get a feeling for the film’s sensibilities in that title which comes with an asterisk. The asterisk says “Results May Vary.” Yes, they certainly do.
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