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NOBODY EVER DIED OF OLD AGE

USA, 1977 (MIFF 1978)

Director: Herbert Danska

In the youth cult society of America the elderly are shunted aside and ignored Nobody Ever Died of Old Age dramatizes the lives of a series of resourcefully independent citizens in their late years, who are struggling, against odds, to survive with some degree of dignity.

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