Age 7 in America (1991)

TV Movie   |    |  Documentary, Biography


US take on the classic UK documentary series "Up". This first US entry follows a group of economically, racially and socially diverse 7-year-olds. The idea was to make followup films on them every 7 years but the project ended in 2006.

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16 May 2001 | SBKnaack
Nearly as good a the British 7 Up series
This series is the American equivilent to the British 7 Up series of films. It is nearly as good, though it does not attempt to draw as many conclusions about the children and how their lives are influenced by their upbringing, discipline, or surroundings. It is, though, just as fascinating--as is the follow-up, 14 Up, which was aired on Showtime in 1998. I am eagerly awaiting 21.

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8 May 1992

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English


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USA

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