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63 Up

63 Up is a TV movie starring Nicholas Hitchon, Tony Walker, and John Brisby. 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
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Michael Apted
Bruce Balden, Nicholas Hitchon, Tony Walker, John Brisby
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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.

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This documentary follows the life of Frank Lampard during his playing for England in the World Cup of 1990. Lampard makes the decision to leave the game after England lost in the final, and later in the same year, made a similar decision to leave football. He is successful and happy with his decision, but there is a quiet sadness in his voice as he discusses his life after football. Lampard also admits that he is depressed. The documentary is divided into four different parts, the first is a brief look at the 1990 World Cup, followed by interviews with both Lampard and his wife, the second is a look at his personal life, followed by some footage of the most famous football games in England, and the third part of the documentary is a look at his professional career, the greatest game of his career, England's 2-1 win over Germany in the 1994 World Cup final. The documentary has a very well made and very moving style, and it never gets boring. It follows Lampard and his wife's life, and even features a few comments from the players themselves.

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Juan L.

Myself, I was surprised to hear that the city of San Francisco did not have a monument dedicated to honor the victims of the terrorists who attacked us on September 11, 2001. The US government would not honor our own heroes with an actual monument in the United States, and we as Americans do not honor our own heroes with memorials to their memory. It is amazing that even after so many years, the city of San Francisco has not built a monument to honor the victims of 9/11. It would be a great honor to honor these young men and women and their families, and of course the many victims of 9/11 who have not been remembered as much as they should be. While in the film, the historical information about 9/11 is presented in a very unbiased way, the movie has some very controversial aspects that I felt made the movie very hard to watch at times. First, the way they present certain aspects of the attacks in a very biased way. First of all, the way they portray the attacks themselves. It's very interesting how they portray how the attackers used what they called "cell phones" in their attacks. Many people have complained about how this is a biased way of presenting the events. This is completely unnecessary, and it is just as hard to watch as it is to believe that a cell phone could be used by an alleged terrorist. Now I realize it is not the way the terrorists actually did it, but this was just ridiculous. These people had time to plan the attacks, time to train, time to construct the vehicles that they used. These are the facts and not the way the terrorists actually did it. The second aspect of the attacks is presented in an extremely biased way. It is very hard to believe that the cell phone towers were used by a cell phone company. Not only that, but the attack was recorded on video. That makes the terrorists look like normal people who were just doing a hobby and using their cell phones. There was no surveillance, no airplane or helicopter shots, and no video cameras were used to record the attack. All the video evidence is from cell phones, and not from any other type of camera. There is absolutely no way that these attackers could have gotten to the towers with their cell phones, and it's not likely that they would have gotten away with it. Then there are the myths and misconceptions about the real terrorists. While it is clear that the "nine" were in fact not terrorists, this fact still does not change the fact that they were not terrorists. These people were not just doing a hobby, and this fact still does not change the fact that these men were not terrorists. Then there is the depiction of how these men went into the country illegally. They were arrested and arrested a second time because they are not citizens. They were able to go to a consulate, and it was at this consulate that they were able to obtain legal status and work. This does not mean that they were

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Sara D.

I've been hearing so much about this film. After seeing the film, I was very disappointed. I feel like I have wasted my time and money. I would have rather watched a documentary. It was really slow. I also thought it was a little too long. I thought the movie was about the relationship between the brothers and the rest of the world. I would have preferred the documentary to be about the brothers and the world in general. This is not a great film, it is an okay film. I would recommend that you not watch it, but if you decide to watch it, I think you'll be disappointed. The brothers are just not that interesting. The director's tried to make a documentary, but the documentary was boring. The film was slow, the characters weren't that interesting, the director tried to make a documentary but the documentary was boring. I would recommend that you don't watch it. It was slow, boring, and it wasn't worth it.

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Anna W.

I have never seen a documentary so touching and powerful. This documentary tells the story of one of the most influential men in our history, Abraham Lincoln. It is a true story of a man who was dedicated to his country and to the people who made it. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the man who fought for his country. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen and it will be remembered as such.