Part 1 U.KStreaming Video - 2013
After three previous installments, each one covering a particular stage of human growth and development, the Up series expanded its approach and turned age 28 into a multi-part episode. It's also worth noting that a revised version of the original 7 Up program was created, offering viewers new voice-over narration and additional content. Here, the re-edited 7 Up functions as an in-depth look back at early childhood and as a splendid stage-setter for meeting the participants at age 28 (which happens in items 51879 and 51880). Revisiting the 1964 classic reminds us once again of how absorbing, multifaceted, and changeable each of these personal journeys has been and how difficult it is to predict the life-path of any child-even in postwar, class-dominated Britain.