The Story We Tell is the World We Create
The Age of Love, an award winning documentary comes to District One91. 
What people are saying:
"A touching and funny look into the lives of seniors who just want to find love."  - Katherine Brooks, THE HUFFINGTON POST
"Eye-opening, thought-provoking...poignant and humorous...a ground-breaking film." - Brenda Lind, AARP Community Engagement Specialist

 An unprecedented speed dating event for 70- to 90-year-olds serves as the backdrop for THE AGE OF LOVE, an alternately poignant and funny look at the search for love among the senior set. Over one summer, we intimately follow as ten speed daters—recently widowed, long-divorced or never-married—prepare for the big day, endure a rush of encounters, then anxiously receive their results. Fearlessly candid about themselves and what they’re seeking, these WWII babies are spurred to take stock of life-worn bodies and still-hopeful hearts. Then, as they head out on dates that result, comic and bittersweet moments reveal how worries over physical appearance, romance and rejection, loss and new beginnings change—or don't change—from first love to the far reaches of life. The Age of Love is a story of the universality of love and desire, regardless of age.

Join us in viewing The Age of Love on November 2, 2016 at 7 pm.  It's free, at Diamondhead.
The 78 minute film viewing will be followed by refreshments and informal discussion. 
Teens, bring your grandparents, seniors bring your kids. People of any age will enjoy this film by Director Steven 
Loring, who looks to entertain, empower and help redefine perceptions of aging. "I was shocked about this movie- these people, they had the same feelings as they had when they were young! You think people change emotionally in time, but it shows they still try to find someone. These people stayed the same and kept trying to find love!"
A 13-year-old boy.