How to Live Forever

Overview

Filmmaker Mark S. Wexler explores the mystery of aging, and investigates the prospects of achieving immortality through conversations with health experts, famous authors, and average people who have inexplicably survived to a ripe old age. From famed fitness guru Suzanne Somers to hard-drinking, cigarette-smoking 103-year-old Buster, Wexler speaks with a wide spectrum of people whose methods of remaining youthful may surprise you. Other interviewees include Jack LaLanne, Phyllis...
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Overview

Filmmaker Mark S. Wexler explores the mystery of aging, and investigates the prospects of achieving immortality through conversations with health experts, famous authors, and average people who have inexplicably survived to a ripe old age. From famed fitness guru Suzanne Somers to hard-drinking, cigarette-smoking 103-year-old Buster, Wexler speaks with a wide spectrum of people whose methods of remaining youthful may surprise you. Other interviewees include Jack LaLanne, Phyllis Diller, and Ray Bradbury.
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Special Features

Over 30 minutes of deleted scenes and extended interviews
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/5/2012
  • UPC: 767685268520
  • Original Release: 2009
  • Source: New Video Group
  • Region Code: 0
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo, Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 88,835

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Gertrude Baines Participant
Dolores Bates Participant
Ray Bradbury Participant
Aubrey de Grey Participant
Brian M. Delaney Participant
Phyllis Diller Participant
Mordecai Finley Participant
Sebastien Gendry Participant
Jonathan Gold Participant
Rathyna Gomer Participant
Brian Harris Participant
Pico Iyer Participant
Marge Jetton Participant
Tanya Jones Participant
Madan Kataria Participant
Ronald Klatz Participant
Tricia Kurunathan Participant
Ray Kurzweil Participant
Jack LaLanne Participant
Elaine LaLanne Participant
Thomas Lynch Participant
Buster Martin Participant
Shinei Miyagi Participant
Kelly Morton Participant
Al Mott Participant
Samm Mullins Participant
Scott Mullins Participant
Zenei Nakamura Participant
Sherwin Nuland Participant
Ushi Okushima Participant
Kikue Okushima Participant
Don Parker Participant
Edna Participant
John Robbins Participant
Randall Roberts Participant
Linda Salvin Participant
Lisa Schoonerman Participant
Diana Schwarzbein Participant
Willard Scott Participant
Takanori Shibata Participant
Suzanne Somers Participant
Shigeo Tokuda Participant
Ellsworth Wareham Participant
Eleanor Wasson Participant
Craig Willcox Participant
Marianne Williamson Participant
Tyrus Wong Participant
Heather Yegge Participant
Akimitsu Yokoyama Participant
Robert Young Participant
Technical Credits
Mark Wexler Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Stephen Thomas Cavit Score Composer
Robert DeMaio Editor, Screenwriter
Marissa Kalman Consultant/advisor
Michael Kowalski Sound/Sound Designer
Sarah Levy Cinematographer
Mark Luethi Co-producer
Allan Palmer Cinematographer
Pastilla Studio Animator
Robin Probyn Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- How to Live Forever
1. Intro [7:30]
2. Cruel Reminders [7:16]
3. The Limits of Aging [7:01]
4. Aubrey DeGray [8:22]
5. 500 Years? [6:37]
6. The Sanest Person [5:25]
7. Long Life in Japan [11:22]
8. Buster [6:08]
9. Battling Dementia [6:59]
10. Calorie Restriction [6:07]
11. Robots and Physics [17:16]
12. End Credits [4:04]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- How to Live Forever
   Play
   Scenes
   Extras
      Deleted Scenes
         Play All
            The International Congress on Anti-Aging Medicine
            Aubrey/Sherwin Debate
            Bernard Salt, Journalist
            Ray Bradbury, Parts One & Two
            Buster Gets Mugged
            Harry
            Ellie Sharp, 101
            Iceland
            Jonathan Gold: Boat Noodles
            Jonathan Gold: Tacos al Pastor
            Marianne Williamson, Parts One & Two
            Marion Webster, 101
            The Ageless Society
            Michael Palin
            The pH Miracle
            Pico lyer, Parts One
            Ray Kurzwell, Parts One & Two
            John Robbins, Parts One & Two
            Suzanne Somers, Parts One & Two
      Theatrical Trailer
      About Docurama
         Trailer
            Transcendent Man
            The Kids Grow Up
            My Reincarnation
            The Wild Parrots Of Telegraph Hill
      Docurama Trailers
         Transcendent Man
         The Kids Grow Up
         My Reincarnation
         The Wild Parrots Of Telegraph Hill
   Setup
      5.1 Surround
      2.0 Stereo
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