Yes, the experience of all stages of life are valuable, not just of youth.
The second Cocoon questions that and deals much more directly with the value of living in the real world with its trials and tribulations. I would say it's about that and not about aging or death.
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Death is a very important part of life.- GG Allin
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|26th November, 1920
|22nd August, 2004
|Film Director, Television Director
Daniel Mannix Petrie was born in Glace Bay, Canada. He was a Canadian television and film director. His signature film A Raisin in the Sun, was nominated for the Palme d'Or award at the Cannes Film Festival. He also directed Buster and Billie; the Academy Award-nominated Resurrection; Fort Apache, The Bronx; and Cocoon: The Return. He also directed television movies, such as Sybil, Eleanor and Franklin, The Dollmaker, and My Name Is Bill W., and a remake of Inherit the Wind.
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