DC Film Festival at the JCC
Saturday June 17 at 2pm
Edlavitch DC Jewish Community Center
1529 16th St, NW
The film is a glimpse of what life looks like on the last lap. It features encounters with friends and neighbors in their 70s; most with a healthy sense of humor. Mixed into these visits are the filmmaker's daily POV confrontations with the unavoidable objects and hazards of aging.
Critics raved about the film: “…warm, witty, loose, discursive essay film that jumps between past and present, old and new friends, lover, colleagues, neighbors, and family… a portrait of a life well-lived”
Tickets for Village members are discounted to $10/each.
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