We've all seen epic dramas where actors play out the lives of fictional characters over several decades of their lives. Here, however, is a very unique and very powerful real-life look of what 14 exuberant seven year-old documentary participants in England were able to make of their subsequent 50 years of life, and what 50 years of life made of them, as revealed by filmed interviews every seven years. The period edited life progressions were potent indeed. Different ages will view and relate to the realities of these lives differently. The life paths and choices of several of the participants could serve as stark examples (to follow/avoid) for younger viewers, but probably won't. Several funny comments/moments, but the overall tone was somber. British accents were strong and made difficult to understand all that was being spoken, to the point that subtitles would have been welcome. I applaud the documentary concept and the ability and willingness to commit to such a long-term follow-up, and I applaud the sincere candor, humanity and courage of the participants.