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Seven Up

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Seven Up!was made as a one-off documentary by Granada's flagship current affairs series "World in Action" in 1964. It featured fourteen seven-year-olds who were interviewed about their lives and what they wanted to be when they grew up. The children were selected to provide a representative cross-section of British society, and the program's intention was to test the Jesui ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published December 31st 1999 by British Film Institute
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I picked up a lot of dialog I missed out on when I couldn't understand what the children were saying (largely in 7 Up) and overall it's a good document about the series. I'm disappointed there wasn't more about the lost children from 7 Up.
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