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Make Me Young: Youth Knows No Pain (2009)

Youth Knows No Pain (original title)
An age-obsessed daughter of a plastic surgeon takes a journey through America's $60 Billion a year anti-aging world. In this Alice-in Wonderland tale, McCabe spends 2 years traveling across... See full summary »

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Sherry Lee Mecom ...
Sherry from Dallas Texas
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Lisa Airan ...
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Julia Allison ...
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Paula Begoun ...
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Lyndsay Bertie ...
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John Bomier ...
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Fredric Brandt ...
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Lea Deesing ...
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Erika Kawalek ...
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Joan Kron ...
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Charla Krupp ...
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Mitch McCabe ...
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An age-obsessed daughter of a plastic surgeon takes a journey through America's $60 Billion a year anti-aging world. In this Alice-in Wonderland tale, McCabe spends 2 years traveling across America visiting doctors, experts and lives with a cross-section of characters from Minnesota to Texas who've gone to varying lengths to "beat the clock", to paint a funny but troubling portrait of a country that desperately needs to stay young. Written by Anonymous

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Better Living Through Plastic Surgery

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28 April 2009 (USA)  »

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a must see!!
31 July 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

i saw this film at cinevegas and would recommend to a friend.

i enjoyed the film and now i have a completely new outlook on plastic surgery. if looking older is the worst problem than i think i'm doing just fine. I try not to judge people who get plastic surgery because if they feel good about themselves after they get a little work done, then who i am to say it's right or wrong.

i thought the documentary did a good job at keeping me entertained and they didn't make it to informational like other docs.

if you didn't get a chance to view the film, i believe it's airing on hbo at the end of august.


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