Wrinkled hands, Sparkling Eyes- Perfectly reenacted scenes


Old age is not a disease – it is strength and survivor-ship, triumph over all kinds of vicissitudes and disappointments, trials and illnesses.A comfortable old age is the reward of a well-spent youth. Instead of its bringing sad and melancholy prospects of decay, it would give us hopes of eternal youth in a better world.If we are strong, and have faith in life and its richness of surprises, and hold the rudder steadily in our hands. I am sure we will sail into quiet and pleasant waters for our old age.

The retirement community released an entertaining calendar of nursing home residents between 75 and 98 years of age who have reenacted scenes from iconic Hollywood movies.


“James Bond”: Wilhelm Buiting, 89James Bond Grafik Blende


“Saturday Night Fever”: Irmgard Alt, 79 and Siegfried Gallasch, 87nursing-home-residents-reenact-movie-scenes-9


“The Seven Year Itch”: Ingeborg Giolbass, 84 and Erich Endlein, 88nursing-home-residents-reenact-movie-scenes-4


“Mary Poppins”: Erna Schenk, 78nursing-home-residents-reenact-movie-scenes-6


“Breakfast at Tiffany”: Marianne Brunsbach, 86nursing-home-residents-reenact-movie-scenes-5


“Rocky”: Erwin J. von der Heiden, 80nursing-home-residents-reenact-movie-scenes-7


“Blues Brothers”: Margarete Schmidt 77 and Lothar Wischnewski 76nursing-home-residents-reenact-movie-scenes-1


“Titanic”: Erna Rütt, 86 and Alfred Kelbch, 81nursing-home-residents-reenact-movie-scenes-8


“Easy Rider”: Walter Loeser, 98 and Kurt Neuhaus, 90Route 66 Logo