Young at Heart

DVD Release: October 2, 2008
Young at Heart
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Synopsis

Documents the true story of the final weeks of rehearsal for the Young at Heart Chorus in Northampton, MA, whose average age is 81, and many of whom must overcome health adversities to participate. Their music is unexpected, going against the stereotype of their age group, performing songs, for example, by James Brown, and Sonic Youth. Although they have toured Europe and sang for royalty, this account focuses on preparing new songs, not an easy endeavor, for a concert in their home town, which succeeds in spite of several real heart breaking events

Dove Review

Have you ever thought about what to do when you are in your 70’s or even 90’s. Well here is a documentary that you won’t want to miss. Watching this is like watching your grandparents, with their thought and sense of humor that keeps them going. These lovable seniors are truly Young at Heart as they prepare for concerts all over the world. Practicing songs that came out way after their teenage years. You will fall in love with this group that will have you laughing and crying. Great for the entire family, but I must warn you there is some very mild language. For that fact Dove awards this presentation the “Family Approved” Seal for 12+.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Discussion regarding sex life.
Language: S-1, H-2, B-once in a song.
Violence: None
Drugs: Man has blood transfusion.
Nudity: Shirtless man.
Other: Death of two singers.

Info

Company: 20th Century Fox Home Ent.
Director: Stephen Walker
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 120 min.
Starring: Chorus and Band members
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe