How to Live Forever

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  • How to Live Forever Trailer

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    5/13/11

  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Dr. Ron Klatz

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    5/13/11

    Dr. Ron Klatz discusses how aging is no longer inevitable and how we will soon be able to stop the effects of aging. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Fighting Muggers

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    5/13/11

    Buster Martin, the marathon-running, beer-drinking, chain-smoking, 101-year old employee of Pimlico Plumbers recounts his story of thwarting a mugging attack. The attackers had no idea what was in store for them. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Ray Bradbury

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    5/13/11

    Storied author Ray Bradbury discusses love, older people and his bestselling novel Dandelion Wine. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Ethics & Consequences

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    5/13/11

    Renowned longevity theoretician Aubrey De Grey and Dr. Sherwin Nuland debate about the ethics and consequences of extending the human life span. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Emma Jackson

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    5/13/11

    Centenarian Emma Jackson (103-years-old), fries an egg while praising the virtues of a sensible diet. She also reflects on her time marching with Martin Luther King Jr. during the civil rights movement. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Senior Citizen Dog

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    5/13/11

    Senior citizen dog Harry, a 16-year-old (117 in human years) golden retriever, helps his owner, Juliet Prentice, to understand the process of getting older and to ultimately be at peace with aging. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Pico Iyer II

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    5/13/11

    Pico Iyer, essayist and author for Time magazine, reveals his readiness to leave this world should his time run out. He expresses that it is okay to pass on as long as he lives a high quality existence. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - John Robbins II

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    5/13/11

    John Robbins, author of Healthy at 100, discusses his acceptance with the current human life span. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Jonathan Gold II

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    5/13/11

    LA Weekly food critic Jonathan Gold and Mark Wexler have tacos for lunch at Chabelita in Los Angeles, CA. Jonathan Gold philosophizes about the taco. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Iceland

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    5/13/11

    Icelandic envrionmental consultant, Gudrun Bergmann, reveals her love of Iceland and its many fountain of youth features. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Jonathan Gold

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    5/13/11

    LA Weekly food critic Jonathan Gold and director Mark Wexler share a meal of Boat Noodles at Sapp Coffee Shop in LA's thai town. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever Teaser Trailer

    Trailer

    5/13/11

    The teaser trailer for 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 just what it means to grow old and what it could mean to really live forever.br /> But whose advice should he take? Does a chain-smoking, beer-drinking centenarian marathoner have all the answers? What about an elder porn star? 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.br /> Yet the more he travels into the strange worlds of laughter yoga, 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 engaging new documentary, which challenges our notions of youth and aging with comic poignancy. Begun as a study in life-extension, How to Live Forever evolves into a thought-provoking examination of what truly gives life meaning.moreless
  • How to Live Forever Clip: Jack Lalanne

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    5/13/11

    Jack Lalanne explains how to take care of themost important person in your life.
  • How to Live Forever Clip: Your Allotted Time

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    5/13/11

    Sherwin Nuland and Dr. Aubrey de Grey talk about dying within ones allotted time.
  • How to Live Forever Clip: Funeral Directors Convention

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    5/13/11

    A look at the Funeral Directors Convention and deaths accessories.
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Old Man Buster

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    5/13/11

    Buster Martin, the marathon-running, beer-drinking, chain-smoking, 101-year old employee of Pimlico Plumbers is a rock star on the streets of London. Buster is doing the impossible by being seemingly younger as he grows older. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Pico Iyer

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    5/13/11

    Pico Iyer, essayist and author from Time magazine, discusses his view on happiness and its influence on longevity. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Suzanne Somers

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    5/13/11

    Suzanne Somers insists that Men should be equally as concerned as women about their hormone levels. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - John Robbins I

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    5/13/11

    John Robbins, author of Healthy at 100, discusses our image focused society and its glamorization of youth. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Michael Palin

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    5/13/11

    Monty Python actor Michael Palin discusses his views on Longevity. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.
  • How to Live Forever DVD Bonus - Ray Bradbury II

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    5/13/11

    Ray Bradbury, author of The Martian Chronicles and Fahrenheit 451, discusses his views on how the universe was created and why humans exist. A bonus clip from the upcoming documentary How To Live Forever directed by Mark Wexler.moreless
  • How to Live Forever Clip: Enjoy Life

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    10/25/09

    Buster Martin explains that enjoying life is a key to living longer.
  • How to Live Forever

    Movie

    12/31/08

    A cell lives an average of 5 minutes. A hummingbird for 5 years. Right now, humans live for about 75 years. What might it mean to live forever? Director Mark Wexler embarks on a worldwide trek to investigate just what it means to grow old and what it could mean to really live forever. HOW TO LIVE FOREVER documents his journey as he seeks to learn if eternal life is possible or even desirable. Exploring these issues with a fascinating array of people—from futurist Ray Kurzweil to comedian Phyllis Diller to a 101-year-old chain-smoking marathon runner—Wexler presents a riveting series of stories and insights about youth, aging and longevity. Begun as a study in life-extension, How To Live Forever evolves into a thought-provoking, often comically poignant, examination of what truly gives life meaning.moreless