Topic: Carl Fredricksen believes that life passes him by. To keep the promise given to his deceased wife, he decides to fulfill his dream of a great adventure, tying thousands of balloons to his house and – fly into the jungle of South America. A related site: Dean Ornish M.D mentions similar findings. Not flying and half a mile, the traveler discovers that he inadvertently picked up with a very talkative and cheerful incorrigible boy named Russell … The irreversibility of the "Up" begins with a lyrical, almost wordless prologue: a matter of minutes on the screen develops a harrowing chronology Carl Fredricksen, who despite the lofty dreams of self-seeking El Dorado, spent his entire adult youth on boring job. And then, once inquisitive little boy came to standard 78-year-duddy grumpy. Sitting on a rocking chair, with sadness in his eyes turns the notebook, which is listed long list of unfulfilled plans, unsuccessfully struggling with radiculitis, sometimes wrinkled, lifts his hands to heaven and, complaining of hopelessness, refers to the name of his dead wife. In general, quietly living out his life, being already has one foot in old house. Fortunately, the final blow to the tragic figure of a lone pensioner not cause bony with a scythe, and the usual builders, surrounded his home spot buildings. However, as it turned out even such problems can be resolved: one day in the hovel door Karla Fredriksen chubby asian knock-timurovets and a bit later, failing to properly recover, go to the old man in an unplanned Journey to a flying house, which soars across the sky, thanks to balloons, prudently issued in the chimney.