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Warren DeWitt was a 76-year-old unmarried gentleman who lived alone. 90-year-old Arden Peters was struggling to care for his Alzheimers-stricken wife. When the two men met over breakfast at a local Wal-Mart one morning, they struck up a friendship that would ultimately ease the burden of old age for both of them.


Friends for Life is an excerpt of "Aging in America: The Years Ahead," a groundbreaking, many-faceted film by multimedia innovators Ed Kashi and Julie Winokur. In it, they explore the various challenges faced by the fastest-growing segment of the American population. As Arden says, "When you get this old you don't look forward — you just live day to day."


Published: November 16, 2005


Credits

Producer & Director: Julie Winokur
Editor: Katie Buono
Cinematography: Julie Winokur, Ed Kashi, Katie Buono, Bob Sacha
Photography: Ed Kashi
Executive Producer: Brian Storm
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