What a migration. In just five years in the late 70s, half a million people over age 55 moved to Florida. Filmmaker Sari Gilman spent a decade profiling five people who lived in the same Florida condo complex her grandmother had lived in, and “she packs a lot of questions and dilemmas into a half-hour film.”

In New York in the 1970s, retirees were finding that “life wasn’t so beautiful and the winters were cold,” says an elderly voice in the opening minutes of “Kings Point,” a new documentary. “They ran away. They ran to Florida.”

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