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Acting Our Age

PBS Premiere: July 5, 1988


"There's nobody that's not going to get old — unless they die," says Enola Maxwell at the beginning of this engaging and refreshing film. Through the eyes of six women, aged 65-75, we are treated to a variety of new perspectives on aging, along with such complex and emotional subjects as changing body image, sexuality, family life and dealing with death. Generous portions of insight and good humor provide clues to grappling with these issues that effect us all.


TAGS: aging, body image, death, sexuality, women

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Acting Our Age

Premiere Date: July 5, 1988

Filmmaker: Michal Aviad


Michal Aviad
Michal Aviad

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