Cyber-Seniors premieres in New York on May 16 and Toronto on May 30
I attended the screening of Cyber-Seniors, a heartwarming -- and surprisingly funny -- documentary about the extraordinary journey of a group of senior citizens as they discover the world of the Internet through the guidance of teenage mentors.
Walking into the theater at the Movies for Grownups Film Festival, I expected Cyber-Seniors to be a dry, informative info-nugget on how the Internet could enhance the lives of the older set. I couldn't have been more wrong.
Honestly, I've never been to a theater where the crowd was howling with this level of laughter.
Maybe because it was so unexpected (I hope I'm not spoiling the surprise here), but the interaction between the old folks and the young whippersnappers is just priceless:
After the screening, I was honored to sit down with the documentary's producer, Brenda Rusnik, to get the inside scoop:
Go see this movie, you'll walk out with a brightened outlook on the world and the people that populate it.