Last night I saw the documentary 56 Up.
Since 1963, director Michael Apted has followed the lives of a group of British school children every seven years.
It was considered a ground-breaking feat in its first few incarnations; now it's nothing short of a miracle that most of the players are still around and willing to participate, and the director (now in his 70s) is as sharp as ever with his questioning.
It's difficult to review this film without spoiling it, but I will say some of the marriages remain in tact; one of the characters who previously dropped out returns to promote his band; many of the subjects are experiencing the sorrows that come with being older (loss of family, etc.) and some are still completely nutters.
I enjoyed this version immensely, just as I've enjoyed all the rest.
I can only hope that 63 Up includes as many updates and insights into this fascinating group of people.