‘So different’: how the millennials of 28 Up are coping with changing times
Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent · news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Tuesday, 28 September, 2021 - 15:21
As a new chapter of the landmark series begins, life isn’t the same as it was for their baby boomer forbears
It was a groundbreaking documentary series that became a TV institution as it followed the lives of 14 Britons of vastly different backgrounds from the age of seven through nearly six decades.
Made at seven-year intervals, each instalment of the award-winning Up series, which started with Seven Up! in 1964, charted the childrens’ journey deep into adulthood, and dramatised how their lives were shaped and limited by social background and class.Continue reading...