Michael Apted talks to a group of seven-year-olds about their attitudes to life. He plans to re-interview them at seven year intervals.
Seven years after the first film, the children have all now reached the age of 14. The way their attitudes have changed, or have remained the same, is contrasted with clips from the earlier film.
The 'children' are now aged 21 and, although some of them have realised their earlier ambitions, others are leading quite different lives.
Michael Apted revisits the same group of British-born adults after a seven year wait. The subjects are interviewed as to the changes that have occurred in their lives during the last seven years since they were last seen in Twenty One Up.
Now they are aged 35, a look at the effects on the children of being featured in such a project. Find out how, if at all, have their lives been affected, and how they feel about so much media exposure.
The original seven-year-olds are now forty-two. Careers are stuck or flourishing, and marriages are strong, shaky or over.
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