Older couples talk about their marriages, reminisce about their courtships and share how they have managed to make their marriages work in the face of economic, national and personal changes. A touching testament to the power and bond of love, this piece includes Appalachian notable Verna Mae Slone, who offers a poetic description of love: “love is shaped just like a lizard. It twirls its tail around your head and nibbles at your gizzard.”

1994, 13 minutes.

Daniel Lee Couch, Cassie Mullins, and Keith Patrick.

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