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42 Up (1998) (42 Up)

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Bruce Balden Bruce Balden
John Brisby John Brisby
Suzanne Dewey Suzanne Dewey


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The past, the future, careers, marriages, adultery, children and death are all topics to discuss when director Michael Apted catches up with the group of people he's been tracking every seven years since 1964. First captured on film as 7-year-olds, everyone is now 42 in this documentary that offers a fascinating look at the progression of goals as well as thoughts on life's failures and successes, realized dreams and unexpected detours.
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Tags: Documentary (2), Biography (1), Spiritual Cinema (1), Up Series (1), Sort (1), SnP (1), True Films 200 (1)
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"The Up Series is a continual set of documentary films that literally lasts a life time. Started in 1964, it documents the lifespans of a select group of individuals, starting at the age of seven and constantly returning to their respective lives every seven years to update their progress in this journey that we all share. Therefore, there's an updated installment released after the seventh year of the previous film, each titled after the age of the subjects involved in this long-running projec"