56 Up

Synopsis: 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.
Genre: Documentary
Production: First Run Features
  3 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.9
Metacritic:
83
Rotten Tomatoes:
98%
NOT RATED
Year:
2012
144 min
$701,278
Website
19 Views


enough money to do what you want

and being alone and scared

when things happen

and things go wrong, which they

always do when you've got kids.

You've got no one there

to turn to, you know,

to talk about things

like that.

And you had to work.

Yeah, but I was always

only part-time,

so that I could fit it

around school.

So who was

the biggest help to you

during this whole

single-parent...?

There's no doubt at all,

without my mum and dad,

I would never have survived it.

They were brilliant.

They were really good.

They mean the world to the kids

and they used to look

after them.

Always be there if something happened

and I had to go somewhere.

Yeah, nice, ain't they?

And how

are they doing now?

Yeah, they're fine.

Dad's 80 now.

And mum's 78.

I think I'm so lucky that

they're still reasonably active.

There you go.

That's lovely, that one,

isn't it?

I've still got Katherine

with me

because she hasn't found

anywhere else to go.

I mean, I'm sure she would

love to leave me,

but I love it,

the fact that she's here.

We go shopping

and do girlie things.

Do each other's hair

and things like that,

so I would miss her,

but I know

that she needs to get out

and move on.

Only had to have one filling.

That's about the only thing

that I had done.

What about William?

Well, he went

to Australia for a year.

And he never settled back in,

being independent.

I think it was too much.

Plus his room here

was far too small.

And his computer was bigger

than the room, you know.

So, um...

Yes, he's renting.

It's just so hard for him to

be able to afford something,

so in the future, your kids

are going to be with you

for a long, long time.

But a lot of my work is involved

in making bookings

and dealing with

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