7 Plus Seven (14 Up)
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7 Plus Seven (14 Up)
Produced for British television in 1970, Seven Plus Seven was the first of several follow-ups to the highly acclaimed 1963 TV documentary Seven Up. Director Michael Apted, who had been a production assistant and researcher on the 1963 film, took it upon himself to "update" the lives of the 14 British schoolchildren, who, at age seven, had been interviewed in the earlier production. Now having reached the age of 14, the kids -- drawn from every strata of the British social class structure -- provided fascinating, and, at times, poignant insights as to how their dreams and ambitions… More

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"The second chapter in Michael Apted's longitudinal chronicle of the British class system"
‑ Emanuel Levy, EmanuelLevy.Com
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