Darren Aronofsky Simon Horsman Kathleen Lingo Lance Oppenheim
Magnolia Pictures International
The film portrays several individuals in America’s largest retirement community in Florida, home to over 130,000 seniors. Nicknamed “Disneyland for Retirees,” it offers a utopian version of the American yesteryear. The film demonstrates that no matter our age, we are always becoming. It challenges our stereotypes around aging, emboldening Anne, Reggie, Barbara and Dennis to live as vibrantly as possible in the time they have left. (photo credits: Magnolia Pictures)
Lance Oppenheim, a filmmaker from South Florida, was a 2019 Sundance Ignite Fellow, one of Filmmaker Magazine's 25 New Faces of Independent Film 2019, and is the youngest contributor to The New York Times Op-Docs. His work has been screened at film festivals across the world, including Sundance, Rotterdam, Tribeca, True/False. He graduated from Harvard University’s Visual & Environmental Studies program in 2019.