The Resource 35 Up : U.K., ITV Global Entertainment, (electronic resource)

35 Up : U.K., ITV Global Entertainment, (electronic resource)

Label
35 Up : U.K.
Title
35 Up
Title remainder
U.K.
Statement of responsibility
ITV Global Entertainment
Title variation
  • Thirty-five up
  • U.K
  • United Kingdom
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • eng
  • eng
Summary
In this program, the longitudinal Up series offers an in-depth look at its participants at age 35. John appears with his wife alongside him, while touting a new promotional goal of bringing aid to Bulgaria, his mother's birthplace. Ostensibly a worthwhile and charitable cause, his project nevertheless raised questions about the purpose of his involvement in the film. Tony's segment, also filmed with his wife, features more down-to-earth topics; the former boisterous youngster is now in the early phase of middle age and speaks with astounding frankness about his infidelities and family life. Of the three working-class women, only Lynn is still married, while Sue and Jackie have both divorced and Jackie, now a bartender, has a son from an unmarried relationship. Andrew has two sons, Neil continues to struggle, Suzy has embraced family life, and Paul returns from Australia to visit his childhood home
Member of
Cataloging source
AzPhAEM
Characteristic
videorecording
Intended audience
6 & up
Language note
Closed-captioned
Runtime
115
Series statement
Up: The Classic Documentary Series
Technique
live action
Label
35 Up : U.K., ITV Global Entertainment, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on January 12, 2013
  • Films On Demand is distributed by Infobase for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware
Contents
A Glimpse of England's Future (1:17) -- Sharing Hobbies with Children (2:39) -- Challenges of Married Life (2:33) -- Raising a Working Class Family (2:16) -- Working in a Male-Dominated Profession (2:39) -- Losing Parents (3:04) -- Working Class Philosophy toward Life (2:05) -- Pursuing and Giving up Dreams (1:06) -- Changing Views of Domesticity (2:32) -- Changing Views of Motherhood (2:17) -- Learning from Parents' Mistakes (1:57) -- Financial and Health Concerns (2:43) -- Invasion of Privacy in "Up" (1:15) -- Expanding Cultural Horizons (3:18) -- A Colonial Legacy (2:18) -- Waiting for Love (2:28) -- Looking Beyond Material Wealth (1:42) -- Education should be a Right (1:03) -- Changing Attitudes towards Marriage (1:18) -- Life after Marriage in Britain (2:21) -- Settling Down Young in England (1:57) -- An Unexpected Child (2:07) -- Discussing Divorce with Kids (0:56) -- Working Class Single Mothers (2:54) -- Coping with Parents Dying (2:07) -- Being Realistic about Life's Opportunities (1:41) -- Never Ending Path to Adulthood (2:02) -- Leaving England for a Career (1:42) -- Misrepresented in "Up" (2:38) -- Starting a Family Abroad (1:01) -- Expat Life (2:11) -- Having a Disabled Family Member (1:15) -- Farm Boy to Nuclear Physicist (1:54) -- Typecasting the British Upper Class (1:56) -- Adhering to Upper Class British Career Paths (2:42) -- Raising a Mixed-Class Family (0:59) -- Balkan Connection (1:17) -- Upper Class Views on British Education (2:43) -- British Upper Class Views on Wealth (2:16) -- Tracing Family Roots (3:12) -- Thoughts on Participating in "Up" (1:17) -- Difficulty Expressing Emotions (2:12) -- Family Reunion (1:32) -- Staying in a Marriage (1:40) -- Working Class Parental Priorities (1:42) -- Battling a Defeatist Attitude (2:47) -- Guilt about Living on Welfare (2:24) -- Following an Alternative Path (1:51) -- Village Pantomime (3:20) -- Aspiring Playwright (1:35) -- Anti-Establishment Hero (1:43) -- Giving up on Marriage (2:09) -- Coping with Mental Illness (1:42) -- Trusting God (1:28) -- Uncertain Path Ahead (3:00) -- "Up" Children Reach Adulthood (1:39) -- Credits: 35 Up: U.K. (0:50)
Control code
100051881
Extent
1 online resource (1 video file (115 min.))
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access requires authentication through Films On Demand
Other physical details
sd., col.
Specific material designation
remote
System details
  • Mode of access: Internet
  • System requirements: Films On Demand platform
Label
35 Up : U.K., ITV Global Entertainment, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on January 12, 2013
  • Films On Demand is distributed by Infobase for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware
Contents
A Glimpse of England's Future (1:17) -- Sharing Hobbies with Children (2:39) -- Challenges of Married Life (2:33) -- Raising a Working Class Family (2:16) -- Working in a Male-Dominated Profession (2:39) -- Losing Parents (3:04) -- Working Class Philosophy toward Life (2:05) -- Pursuing and Giving up Dreams (1:06) -- Changing Views of Domesticity (2:32) -- Changing Views of Motherhood (2:17) -- Learning from Parents' Mistakes (1:57) -- Financial and Health Concerns (2:43) -- Invasion of Privacy in "Up" (1:15) -- Expanding Cultural Horizons (3:18) -- A Colonial Legacy (2:18) -- Waiting for Love (2:28) -- Looking Beyond Material Wealth (1:42) -- Education should be a Right (1:03) -- Changing Attitudes towards Marriage (1:18) -- Life after Marriage in Britain (2:21) -- Settling Down Young in England (1:57) -- An Unexpected Child (2:07) -- Discussing Divorce with Kids (0:56) -- Working Class Single Mothers (2:54) -- Coping with Parents Dying (2:07) -- Being Realistic about Life's Opportunities (1:41) -- Never Ending Path to Adulthood (2:02) -- Leaving England for a Career (1:42) -- Misrepresented in "Up" (2:38) -- Starting a Family Abroad (1:01) -- Expat Life (2:11) -- Having a Disabled Family Member (1:15) -- Farm Boy to Nuclear Physicist (1:54) -- Typecasting the British Upper Class (1:56) -- Adhering to Upper Class British Career Paths (2:42) -- Raising a Mixed-Class Family (0:59) -- Balkan Connection (1:17) -- Upper Class Views on British Education (2:43) -- British Upper Class Views on Wealth (2:16) -- Tracing Family Roots (3:12) -- Thoughts on Participating in "Up" (1:17) -- Difficulty Expressing Emotions (2:12) -- Family Reunion (1:32) -- Staying in a Marriage (1:40) -- Working Class Parental Priorities (1:42) -- Battling a Defeatist Attitude (2:47) -- Guilt about Living on Welfare (2:24) -- Following an Alternative Path (1:51) -- Village Pantomime (3:20) -- Aspiring Playwright (1:35) -- Anti-Establishment Hero (1:43) -- Giving up on Marriage (2:09) -- Coping with Mental Illness (1:42) -- Trusting God (1:28) -- Uncertain Path Ahead (3:00) -- "Up" Children Reach Adulthood (1:39) -- Credits: 35 Up: U.K. (0:50)
Control code
100051881
Extent
1 online resource (1 video file (115 min.))
Form of item
online
Governing access note
Access requires authentication through Films On Demand
Other physical details
sd., col.
Specific material designation
remote
System details
  • Mode of access: Internet
  • System requirements: Films On Demand platform

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