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    Default The BBC film series 7UP (14, 28, 35, 42 an 49up also)

    I've watched through each of these, twice!

    Here's my take on their types, listed according to the ones I'm most sure about first:

    Tony-- SLE-Se
    Suzy-- IEI-Ni
    Bruce--EII-Fi
    Paul-- SLI-Si
    John-- LIE
    Nick-- LSI
    Neil-- IEI or ILE (so hard to tell given his erratic nature, but def. irrational)
    Lynn-- LSI or ESI
    Jackie-- ESE
    Charles-- SEI
    Andrew-- LSE
    Sue-- IEE

    Any thoughts on these? Or on the series as a whole?

    Also, if you haven't seen them, it's totally worthwhile. Get them from the library and watch them one after the other. You'll watch their lives flash by and it's quite affecting.
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    Nick was always my favorite! So intelligent and well-spoken.
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    This is a very interesting series, I haven't spent the time to watch it all of type everyone yet, I should get on it.

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    It IS a time commitment. I think I watched it over the course of two weeks, two years ago (for the first time) and now again for the past two weeks. There's a lot of repetition because each movie reviews clips of what was said in the previous movies. Still, I think the overall effect is worthwhile.

    You start to think wow, what would my life look like as a documentary. I think the series is less about class differences and opportunities, than it is about individual choices and personalities.
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