Young at Heart Movie Information

Movie Information

Overall Rank: 2345

Average Rating: 3/4

# of Ratings: 20

Theatrical Release Date: 04/09/2008

Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 09/16/2008

Language: English

Genre: Documentary, Comedy

MPAA Rating: PG

Director: Stephen Walker

Actors: Bob Cilman, Joseph Mitchell, Bob Salvini, Fred Knittle, Louise Canady, Eileen Hall

Plot: A documentary on an American vocal group which consists of senior citizens who sing new age rock and roll, hip hop and other popular tunes.

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dukeakasmudge - wrote on 09/29/2011

GREAT documentary.Id tell anyone to go see it

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Funny and Inspiring

patjohnson76 - wrote on 03/25/2009

Young at Heart is a group of senior citizens who sing rock, punk, soul, and any other type of music you wouldn't expect to hear out of an elderly person's mouth. This documentary follows the group as they prepare for an upcoming show, complete with new, complicated songs. You get to know several of the members here, see their determination to learn the difficult music, and see them cope with the most pressing issue at hand - their health.

Everything builds up to their show, and seeing these seniors sing their hearts out makes for a truly rewarding viewing. An especially powerful moment comes toward the end, as a tribute to two members who passed away are memorialized to Coldplay's "Fix You." It's a moment that undeniably carries so much emotion that I dare anyone who sees it not …

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Amusing, Touching

Franz Patrick - wrote on 11/09/2008

“I will never complain about being too old or being too tired anymore,” says one of the audiences after one of the Young at Heart Chorus concerts. That phrase sums up the entire documentary because we get to see a group of senior citizens, whose ages average about 80 years, singing, dancing, and having fun as if age isn’t at all a factor. I really enjoyed this picture because the subject is new to me so I was very interested in what insights it has to offer. All the happy singing and dancing aside, we also got a look at some of the members’ failing health. But instead of feeling depressed about their situation they still look forward to going back to perform again. It made me wonder whether what keeps them alive is the hope of rehearsing with their friends the next day. I was …

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