“How to Live Forever” Screened at Greens N Grains

One of the people featured in “How to Live Forever” is Buster Martin, a British centenarian who believes the secret to life includes chain-smoking, pints of beer and running marathons.

On a mission to live forever, film director Mark Wexler travels the world trying to find out what it means to grow old. On Jan. 10, Greens N Grains Café and the Green Door Film Society invites the community to join in a comical exploration of aging at the screening of Wexler’s How to Live Forever.

Included in the film is everyone from medical practitioners to fitness evangelists, a chain-smoking marathoner, an elderly porn star and other extraordinary aging celebrities like Ray Bradbury, Aubrey de Grey, Phyllis Diller, Ray Kurzweil, Jack LaLanne, John Robbins, Willard Scott and Suzanne Somers.

“I have always been drawn to stories of the human connections that define us, an interest reflected in my work as a photojournalist and a documentary filmmaker,” says Wexler. “The death of my mother and the arrival of my AARP card led me to examine the most fundamental human connection of all – to life itself.”

The free screening will be held at Greens N Grains Natural Food Store and Café, where an organic dinner will be offered for $7.50 at 6 pm, before the screening at 7 pm.

Seating is limited to 28 people. For reservations call 920.868.9999 or email [email protected].

Greens N Grains Café, located at 7821 Highway 42 in Egg Harbor, is open daily 9 am – 4 pm, and until 9 pm on movie nights.