Some Kind of Heaven offers an unfiltered look at life’s final act. Following a small group of people living in Central Florida in The Villages, America’s largest retirement community, the documentary calls to mind early Errol Morris. Contrasting The Villages’ often refuted but persistent reputation as the “Disney World for old people,” the film focuses on the residents who are unable to find happiness within its walls. Most interesting, perhaps, is Dennis, a lifelong partier who lives in his van but visits The Villages daily in hopes of finding a rich woman to take him in. Both necessity and delusion fuel his desire, which comes to a head when he remarks that one can have comfort or freedom, but never both. Whether about the local grifter or a recent widow, each story is beautifully shot and allowed to unfold organically, enabling an authentic rumination on life and the relationships that sustain it.