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Young @ Heart is a documentary that does its best to demonstrate that getting old doesn't mean giving up. It tells the back-stage story of a group of singers whose average age is 80 years old, yet they use every once of energy they possess to appear on stage and sing popular music ranging from James Brown through to U2 and Coldplay.
Why Is Young @ Heart (Young at Heart) Rated PG?
Young @ Heart (Young at Heart) is rated PG for some mild language and thematic elements.
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Relatively free of content concerns, this script does include infrequent profanities and the depiction of some alcohol use. An elderly gentleman comments on his sexual prowess with his younger girlfriend. Other brief sexual comments are also included.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG
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Young @ Heart sings its way onto DVD with the following chorus of bonus extras: a selection of deleted scenes (including Fred’s Eulogy), the featurette Young @ Heart Goes to Hollywood, and three music videos (Road To Nowhere, Stayin’ Alive, and I Will Survive). Audio tracks are available in Dolby Surround 5.1 (English) and Dolby Surround (English and Spanish), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.