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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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