Lance Oppenheim

director of “Some Kind of Heaven”

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The world’s largest retirement community sits across three counties in Central Florida. It’s called The Villages, also known as “Disney World for retirees.”

‘Disney World for retirees’ isn’t as blissful as it seems, new documentary shows

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