Do Not Go Gently

  • 2007
  • TV-G

The benefits of creativity among seniors, including those with early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, are examined in this film through interviews with three artists from the fields of modern music, ballet, and quilting. The effects of creative activity on aging are examined, along with the relationship of memory with creativity, and the consequences of (more…)

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The benefits of creativity among seniors, including those with early symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, are examined in this film through interviews with three artists from the fields of modern music, ballet, and quilting. The effects of creative activity on aging are examined, along with the relationship of memory with creativity, and the consequences of aging on creativity. Features Leo Ornstein, musician; Frederic Franklin, dancer; and Arlonzia Pettway, quilter. Narrated by Walter Cronkite.

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