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Cyber-Seniors (2014)

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A film about senior citizens learning about computers from teenage mentors and the connections made both on and offline.

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Shura Eadie ...
Herself - Cyber-Seniors
Pelletier Henri ...
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Schellenberg Max ...
Himself - Mentor

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Proving you're never too old to learn something new, initially reluctant seniors discover the wonders of the world-wide-web with the help of their teenage mentors. Their exploration of cyber-space is catapulted to a whole new level when 89 year-old Shura decides to create a YouTube tutorial. This inspires a lively competition where hidden talents and competitive spirits are revealed. A heartwarming, candid and at times humorous exploration of the victories and challenges seniors encounter as they dive into the digital world. Written by Anonymous

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CAD 400,000 (estimated)
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Hilarious & Thought Provoking
7 November 2014 | by (Pickering, Ontario) – See all my reviews

Watching the cyber-senior's take on this new adventure was as impressive as it was amusing. Each mentor had their own creative way of teaching and working with their seniors, and each senior responded in like. Some interactions were so humorous I forgot this was a documentary! There were also a couple good lessons that the seniors shared through their past experiences, and a sudden turn of events for the creators of the film which was a good reminder of why we're using technology in the first place, to bring us closer in this ever expanding fragile world. I highly recommend this film for a family movie night, a family reunion, or even a movie night for yourself, you will not be disappointed!


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