Item Details

28 Up Part 3 [electronic resource]: U.K.

ITV Global Entertainment
Format
Video; Computer Resource; Online Video; Online
Summary
After three previous installments, each one covering a particular stage of human growth and development, the Up series turned age 28 into an epochal study - one that required three separate parts in order to tell its ongoing stories. This film, the third portion of 28 Up, focuses on several participants as they reflect on their current situations in life. Career obstacles, financial challenges, and the complexities of personal relationships - those that thrive as well as those that have been neglected or broken apart - become, in each unflinching scene, the stuff of riveting documentary cinema. As with all Up episodes produced after the first one, the program includes plenty of footage taken from earlier years so that viewers can easily compare the different stages.
Release Date
1984
Run Time
74 min.
Language
Closed-captioned
Rating
6 & up
Notes
  • Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on January 12, 2013.
  • Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Variant Title
Twenty-eight up
U.K.
United Kingdom
Series
Up: The Classic Documentary Series
Contents
  • Experience of a Lifetime (4:31)
  • Finding a Working Class Career Path (1:46)
  • Mr. and Mrs. Average (1:01)
  • Father-Son Relationship (2:04)
  • Dealing with Family Separation (3:11)
  • Simple Future Ambitions (1:16)
  • Thoughts from Britain's Upper Class (1:35)
  • Products of Privileged British Families (2:19)
  • Set Career Paths in Upper Class England (1:43)
  • Marrying Down (1:07)
  • Education is a Privilege (2:15)
  • Defending Britain's Class System (2:46)
  • Born into Privilege (1:15)
  • Embracing Instability (1:18)
  • Living on the Fringe (3:31)
  • Academic Disillusionment (1:43)
  • Leaving the System (1:59)
  • Fulfilled with an Alternative Lifestyle (2:23)
  • Improving Family Relations (2:08)
  • Thoughts on Children (2:32)
  • Career Aspirations (2:06)
  • Coping with Mental Illness in Britain (1:53)
  • Accepting Transience in England (2:20)
  • Three British Schoolgirls Grow Up (1:33)
  • Marrying Young (2:13)
  • Changing Views on Motherhood (1:55)
  • Working Class British Financial Views (0:51)
  • Addressing the British State Education System (2:04)
  • Growing Up in Working Class Britain (2:40)
  • Raising a Large Family in London (2:29)
  • Changing British Attitudes Towards Marriage (1:54)
  • Satisfaction in a Working Class Job (2:25)
  • Settled in a Working Class Life (1:57)
  • Thoughts on Travel Outside England (1:46)
  • A Glimpse of Britain's Future (1:48)
  • Credits: 28 Up: U.K. - Part 3 (0:36)
Published
New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2013]
Publisher no.
  • 51880 Films Media Group
  • 51874s Films Media Group
Access Restriction
Access requires authentication through Films on Demand.
Description
1 online resource (1 video file (74 min.)) : sound, color.
Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
Technical Details
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