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63 Up

63 Up is a TV movie starring Tony Walker, Nicholas Hitchon, and Lynn Johnson. Director Michael Apted revisits the same group of British-born adults after a 7 year wait. The subjects are interviewed as to the changes that have...

Running Time
2 hours 25 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Michael Apted
Actors
Tony Walker, Bruce Balden, Nicholas Hitchon, Lynn Johnson
Country
UK
Year
2019
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Director Michael Apted revisits the same group of British-born adults after a 7 year wait. The subjects are interviewed as to the changes that have occurred in their lives during the last seven years.

Comments about documentary «63 Up» (21)

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George C.

This documentary, filmed in France, should be viewed by anyone concerned with human rights and their violation by the ruling powers of the world. In the documentary the filmmaker interviews various victims of torture and extra-legal assassinations from both the French government and the West. These are genuine victims of government terrorism. But the main thrust of the documentary is the "law of unintended consequences". In many cases, when the rights of the victims were violated by the authorities, their rights were taken away by the governments themselves, resulting in the forced resignation of the victims themselves. In other cases, the governments took the side of the victims, and used the victims as pawns in their efforts to extract revenge from the victims. And the result is that the victims are never punished, in the end, for their own crime, they are only punished because the victims, instead of defending their own rights, have turned to the governments and used them as pawns to get revenge. "Up" is a must-see documentary, and if you watch it you will agree with me. Although the French government, for the most part, has made mistakes in their handling of terrorism, and the suffering caused by terrorism is real, and this has to be addressed, this is a very good documentary. If you can find it, watch it. It will make you think about your own government. It is a documentary that anyone can watch, and it is certainly a must-see for anyone who wants to see the truth.

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Kyle S.

I just recently saw the film Up. And for the most part, it was a good film. But there were a few points that I had a hard time reconciling with the film. One of these was a point that the documentary made about 5 minutes into the film, where the film-maker asked a woman who worked with people in the hood if they were looking for a new way to earn a living. She said "You know what? I don't know what you're talking about. I'm still working. But what I do know is that I'm not in the hood. I'm trying to get out. And I don't want to get out. And if I don't get out I want to stay. I want to be in a better place than I am." She was pointing out the fact that she is currently unemployed. And her comment, and how she saw the world, was also in stark contrast to how the film-maker framed the documentary. So, the film-maker framed the documentary in a way that, at the end, it becomes a kind of "You know what, what you're saying, I don't agree with it." This in my opinion was a mistake. Because while the documentary is a good one, the way it's framed makes it a "We're going to get a little preachy here." And as a result, it is a little preachy. So in that sense, I felt the documentary was kind of anti-climactic. I think if it was handled in a different way, it would have been a good documentary. But on the other hand, I think it's important that the filmmakers frame the documentary as a "You know what?"

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Louis

The documentary was worth the admission price and the movie did it justice. I was disappointed that the main story line, which was extremely important, was not told. I did not want to know how the so called 'white nationalists' who are really Nazi's became so influential and how the anti-racism movement was created. It was so disappointing. Overall, the documentary was a great story, very well done. The problem was the lack of information on how the so called 'white nationalists' came to be. The main subject of the documentary was, "Where do they come from?" The movie was not perfect, but it was definitely worth the $12.50 and I will watch it again.

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Victoria

What a shock to see so many old-school sci-fi movies shown in a single time. Watching this, I could not believe how much I liked "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "Contact". But it's a very sad day when "The X-Files" gets the same treatment. I mean, even the 1st season of "SVU" is shown here, but the real gems of the series are only shown on the back of the DVD case. I wish that this "World of Darkness" would be shown on DVD as well, for the fans. And I wish that more new sci-fi movies like "Fight Club" would get the same treatment as "The Matrix".

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Aaron R.

I saw this film at the Denver Film Festival, and it was amazing! In fact, it is better than all of the films we've seen. I'm just not sure what I liked most. I really enjoyed how the story and characters were connected to each other, and I loved the ability to explore the past of each of the actors. I'm not sure why it's taken so long to get an Oscar for this one, but it's worth it. I can't wait to see it again.

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Linda Davidson

A gripping film that chronicles the way David Cameron's government as the UK Prime Minister ended the 40-year-old post-war British colonial rule of India. The film's subject matter is fairly well known, and that's not a bad thing. The film's approach is often somewhat slow, but the unearthing of hidden facts and the sometimes interesting interviewees are often enough to keep the viewer engaged. The most telling aspect of the film is the often somber tone, which evokes images of England in the throes of civil war, of war, and of war-torn England, and of India in the decades following independence. One of the most interesting interviews is with the late Nobel Prize-winning author K.M.S. Gokhale, who states that his second wife died of tuberculosis. The movie comes out of India in the aftermath of India's independence, so the topic of how the British government ended the rule of India is still fresh. The DVD contains more interviews with former and current government officials and other notable individuals, along with several documentaries about the politics of India in the aftermath of independence. Recommended.

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George L.

This is not a documentary on gay sex. It is a documentary on the lives of many gay people. It is a good film. It is funny and real. If you have never had gay sex, this film is a good place to start. If you have had gay sex, watch this film. You'll know what I mean. Some gay people may be offended by this film. If you are offended by the subject matter, then this film is not for you. I liked the film, and I highly recommend it.

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Amanda

A decent documentary. What I found most intriguing was the way in which the central character talks to the camera. She is one of the most articulate people I have ever heard, and this documentary gives her the chance to communicate through the very unique voice she speaks. Her voice is part mental breakdown, part hysterical, part black comedy, and yet completely captivating. The only character I would have preferred to see in this documentary was the mother of a young girl who dies, and I do think it would have been interesting to see what a mother who was not living with her daughter's death would have thought of the mother's son who got the job. A lot of the shots were really beautiful and really great shots, and the editing was very well done, though sometimes it felt like there were gaps in the story line, but this was never distracting. I think a lot of this documentary was just not the best way to tell this story. It is good, but I think it could have been a lot better, and I hope that more documentaries will be made about mental illness and how to get help. I am very grateful for the documentary that was made, and I hope that more documentaries are made, because this was a great documentary that needed to be made.

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Grace

I didn't really like this movie, but I was interested to see how it would be, and it was a great experience. The movie is about the media and the public's response to news stories that aren't necessarily newsworthy. It's a very interesting documentary about the news media and how it affects the public. As someone who isn't familiar with the news media, I definitely enjoyed this film. It gives you an understanding of what is newsworthy and what isn't. The subject matter is very interesting and interesting to watch. It also gives a good understanding of the media, how they work, how they are manipulated, and how news is made and released. It does show that the media doesn't always tell the truth and that there are lots of people who lie to get attention. It also shows the media's power and how they have the power to control the people and the news media. It also shows how the media can control the people and control the news media. It also shows how a lot of the media has an agenda. It also shows how a lot of news outlets are biased, and how this can affect people and how they can be manipulated. It also shows that the media doesn't always tell the truth. In addition to the news, the documentary also showed the social media, which is very interesting and the kind of media that most people don't know about. It shows how people can get manipulated by the media. There is a good discussion of how the media is a large part of our lives. It also shows how the media can influence people and the news. I also liked how the media is involved in politics. It also showed how people can be manipulated by the media. I really enjoyed this documentary. I recommend it to everyone.

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Wayne Aguilar

Just watched this film on TV and it was excellent. I was very impressed with the way the filmmakers depicted the history of black freedom and the era of civil rights. The way they portrayed Martin Luther King, Jr. as a giant and a one-man-band was very compelling. I've always found Martin Luther King Jr. to be an incredible person. I feel the film was well-done and it has been praised. I think that it will stand the test of time. I just feel that it has been hyped. I guess this film can't really compare to the civil rights films, but it's still a very well-done film.

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Kyle McDonald

I have been trying to find this film for years, but it never found it's way onto the DVD shelves. It has finally been released on DVD. It's a gripping story of a family trying to cope with the death of their mother and the birth of their first child. I was worried that it would be a depressing documentary, but it was actually really uplifting. The little boy (Ezra) is growing up in a world that seems to be filled with such cruelty. He begins to understand that his father is going to be sent to prison and he is not going to see his mother again. The way he sees it, the father is more evil than the mother. The two are reunited and begin to rebuild their life. The parents are portrayed as very damaged people who have lost everything. The father feels betrayed by his son and wishes that he had not raised him in the first place. The mother is also a woman who has been very lucky and is extremely talented, but she is a broken person who has lost all her love. They are both living on a very small, but happy, budget. The parents find the resources and skills to build their house and to provide the best care they can for their son. They get along very well, but are still very distant. The son is very lonely and misses his mother. The parents, while making a lot of sacrifices to provide for their son, are still very distant from each other. The father, despite having his entire life ahead of him, has a hard time dealing with his new responsibilities. The mother is a constant wreck and cannot let go of her feelings for the boy. They both are still in the process of rebuilding their life. The father becomes obsessed with the idea of getting back with his wife. This movie shows that one must make sacrifices to build their life and to have a happy and satisfying life. It shows that life is more valuable than the money in your bank account.

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Kathy J.

I am glad I saw this documentary. It's a great, moving, and informative look at what happens when you can't control your anger. We all know what a roller-coaster life is like, and most of us have some form of control in that roller-coaster. There is no doubt in my mind that Michael Brown's death is the result of an over-reaction, because he was just a kid who was starting out. The way he was shot and killed is very disturbing. We need to remember that it's not just a man or a woman who gets shot and killed. The other families have to deal with this trauma, and it will affect the way they view their children. I think that was the message that the director, Michael Beswick, was trying to send. Michael Brown's mother was extremely emotional and talked about how she had to see her son grow up and have his entire life change. I think this is an important film for everyone to see. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about this tragic incident.

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David

A documentary which gives an in-depth look into the lives of a group of 20th Century humans, from South Africa, from Cuba, and from all around the globe. The movie was very well made, both in the film footage and in the interviews. It had great music and added some color to the films narrative. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the human race.

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Kelly Oliver

This documentary is incredibly well done. I did not realize that the documentary was made until the end of the film. I was thoroughly shocked to learn that the documentary was a political project. The actors were very good and really made their mark. I would recommend this to anyone who has a knowledge of the topic. This documentary gives a very clear picture of the true story. It is sad that the film makers would lie about the truth to protect their interests.

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Gregory D.

The idea of this film is that there is more to life than what we experience on our daily lives. The concept of this film is that we are all connected to one another through our memories and experiences. It is very simple, but also very powerful. It shows how the thoughts, emotions and actions of one individual affect a group of people, and how the memories of the individual are passed on to the people they affect. The movie does a great job of showing the effect that one person can have on a group of people, as well as how the memories of one individual can influence the actions of those around them. It is very engaging, and has a lot of great points. I really enjoyed this film, and highly recommend it. It is one of those films that is definitely worth watching.

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Lisa

My daughter and I enjoyed this film. It is an entertaining documentary about why people choose to do drugs. We were also surprised by the facts that it was an inside look at the production of some of the drugs. I was particularly impressed with the fact that the film shows both sides of the argument. It is very rare to get to see both sides of a conversation. We do not believe that one side has all the facts. The film also gives the other side a voice. This was a very well done documentary.

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Tyler G.

This documentary, from film maker Paul Jorgenson, is about a man named Bill Simmons, who is a successful sports talk radio host and the man behind ESPN. Simmons is now working on a book about his childhood and upbringing and he has found that writing has become a way for him to escape reality. He's also exploring his sexuality. This documentary has a lot of great stuff in it, but also some pretty sad stuff too. I think it's great to see that this man who really has a lot of influence and influence on sports talk radio in the US, is also trying to explore himself in some real ways. But there is also some pretty intense stuff in here, which is very interesting and also really really interesting to watch. I really recommend this documentary, even if you're not a sports talk radio fan, it's still a really interesting watch. 9/10

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Stephen Barnett

It's not the documentary that's about documentary-making. The documentary is about the documentary. What I liked about this film was the way the filmmaker showed the reality of the life of the subject. You could tell that it was reality and that the subject was suffering, but he was able to put it all in perspective. You could tell that the documentary was based on true events, but you could also tell that the documentary was just one guy's experience. The documentary made me feel like I was in the guy's shoes, watching his life. The documentaries of Daniel Schmid (the father) were really good, too. It showed that the documentary was based on real events. And how the subjects themselves could relate to the documentary. This is the reason why this film is so powerful, as it shows that documentaries can be more than just facts and facts can be made into movies, too. The subject of this documentary was to tell the truth about the subject. And what the subject was suffering from, and how it was taking over his life. It was also good to see how the subjects themselves were able to relate to the documentary. And the subject's kids also added to the documentary. It was really good to see what their lives were like, too. All in all, this is a very powerful film. If you like documentaries, this is a must-see. 9/10

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Jerry

I've just seen the documentary. I was a little hesitant about it, but it was excellent. The real interviews are among the most fascinating. And one is forced to question the traditional boundaries of photography and journalism. The footage from Vietnam and Cambodia was not only rare and highly dangerous, but also very touching. I was especially moved by the film's narrative of one of the most beautiful and charming stories ever told about the people of Nepal. I wish more documentaries like this were made.

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Roy

I am so glad I saw this. I saw the film at the Texas premiere and loved it. The story is compelling and feels like a true story. I am amazed that this film got released. I can't wait for the DVD. If you liked this movie, I suggest you check out 'Eating a Bullet' by Eric Schlosser, a film that deals with similar issues. I can't wait to see the film again.

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Willie P.

This documentary is great because it's a gripping story about an individual that's as interesting and interesting to watch as it is to hear about. I won't say much about the film other than that it's a well-made documentary that is well-acted and well-directed. I would recommend it to anyone who's interested in autism or who wants to learn more about it.