5.0 out of 5 stars If six stars were possible…

ByM. Vannon April 7, 2017

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Very well done. Plenty of information without leading the viewer to some prearranged conclusion. I’m very glad I happened upon this documentary, I’m going to recommend it to all my friends and family. And… change my behavior, it was that well done.

5.0 out of 5 stars Covers Many Themes of Aging

ByIZZRAINERZZon March 31, 2017

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Particularly interesting – too many antioxidants may be the opposite of beneficial.

5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting presentation of a sensitive and sometimes troubling subject

ByRecluseon February 25, 2017

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Although one topic covered in this documentary (transhumanism) almost made me decide to stop watching it, I am glad now that I decided to see it through. The individuals participating presented a wealth of information and differing viewpoints. I would recommend this without hesitation.

Larry W. Hayes – Publisher/Editor, Active Over 50 Media Company

Congratulations on an outstanding documentary on aging.  Sat through it twice. Very informative, useful…and much needed.

Steve Burns – EVP, CuriosityStream

I enjoyed looking at your documentary. It is very comprehensive, featuring the Buck Foundation scientists.

Gary Goshgarian- Best Selling Author, Elixir

This is first-rate. I’m very impressed and flattered to be included in this terrific film. I think you and your crew did a masterful job in structuring the arc of this presentation, lacing excellent stock footage from all over into perceptive interviews with research scientists and aging experts. I loved the footage of New Guinea tribesmen spliced into my segment along with Hugh Hefner and his playmates and Colin Clive in “Frankenstein.” Clever and funny stuff.

I think you’ve got a winner.

Lewis Richmond – author and lecturer

It’s an impressive piece of work the way you will weave together so many different voices. Congratulations and I hope it goes well!
I like the way you contrasted the Kurzweil immortality types with those of us like the Elixir author who see nothing but trouble in that terrain. That case needs to be made.

Robert Eyler, Ph.D.- Professor of Economics, Sonoma State University

The film Who Wants to Live Forever, the Wisdom of Aging provides an in-depth viewpoint on the benefits and costs of an aging population. Because every major economy in the northern hemisphere is facing this issue, this film is a concise way to provide education to elected officials, policy makers, business people, and students alike.

Cynthia L. Murray – Former Marin County Supervisor

I found your video to be an excellent exploration of aging. I liked the debate that you included so that we can make up our own minds. You covered a tremendous amount of ground but never got too scientific or too preachy. It is very thorough and entertaining video. Well done!

Susan McArdle – Executive Sales Director

I just finished viewing your documentary- it really is extraordinary. It moved me. So many impressive and poetic statements. It made me think – how incredibly fulfilling it would be to engage in work that advanced the ‘success’ of the last 1/3 of our lives!

Alex Lee – Marketing Manager

I love the juxtapose between the science of aging and the ethics/spirituality of it. Peter Coyote is fantastic. What resonated with me a lot was how quickly we’ve advanced scientifically in such a short time. From not thinking we’d decode the human genome to where we are now. “We don’t know where we’re going but it’s going to be exciting.” Thinking of it that way, my fears about getting older have changed with the possibility of finding real evidence based solutions rather than the Dr. Oz’s of the world.