John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum
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The fact that this series of films is so firmly intent on proving the inescapability of class immobility doesn't affect how impressive it is to see the changes in those children from when they are 7 to seven years later, and how their life views are so strongly molded by their environment.
Drastic changes in personality make this an intriguing watch, and moreover, one has to wonder just how much exposing them to the world seven years earlier affected their lives here... Perhaps it wasn't the most responsible bit of film-making in the first place.
Some of this was just heartbreaking. Interesting to see how asking these questions ("What do you think of X?") turns from an exploration of what a child thinks to how one's point of view evolves over time, due to outside influences.
Oh the awkward years. Showcases how both sexes are now starting to date/take interest in opposite sex. It shows more of where would like to take their ambitions. They have more formulated opinions on the study and basic topics like politics, they are starting to feel the pressure of their futures now. Remarkable to see how different they all look now thanks to puberty. Starting to see more individualistic views on topics instead of agreeing with friends. What was remarkable was how Suzy seemed to be pissed off at series. Also the once happiest little boy now seems really sad forget his name. They all kind of have that teenage attitude kind of rude thing going on haha.
You have to watch the whole series or this is just boring, but as a whole it's amazing
Lots of changes, but again you have to watch the series to get what's gong on and why this is no interesting.
first in the 'up series'
The second film in the 7 Up series revisits all of the children from the first film and sees them as teenagers, specifically age 14. It is interesting to see how these kids have grown since they were 7, and see how they are coming of age. Many are awkward uncomfortable interviews...because who wouldn't be at age 14.
amazing to see these children grow right before your eyes
It was interesting to see how the kids had changed, where they were-as opposed to where they said they were going to be. I love that the filmmakers asked deep questions to get true feelings on a number of subjects. I hope it continues and they continue to explore how viewpoints change.