He said: “The biggest social revolution that I grew up in the UK in my life was the change in the role of women in society.” “We have no civil rights in England, no Vietnam, but I think a special social revolution is the biggest thing. And I missed it because I didn’t have enough women. And because I didn’t have enough women, I didn’t have enough choices to choose those women who were engaged in careers, had families, and the like.
He continued: “From “Agatha” to “Daughter of Coal Miners”, from “Nell” to “Continental Divide”, everything is related to the role of women in society and the role that women must play in society. Society, or women have to make choices in a straightforward and weird way to stay in society or speak out in society. This has always interested me. I think it’s because I missed it slightly.”
Michael David Apted was born in Aylesbury in central England on February 10, 1941 and grew up near London. His father Ronald worked in an insurance company, and his mother Frances was “a kind of socialist dyed with wool.” As he told The Progressive in 2013, he He instilled a liberal vision.
He has entered the famous City of London School since he was 10 years old, commuted into the underground city, and then studied history and law at Cambridge University. There, his friends included his classmate John Cleese (John Cleese), later a member of the Monty Python group. He entered the internship program in Granada, and soon discovered that he was working on the “Seven Worlds!”
When that movie aired in May 1964, his reaction shocked him.
He told The Times in 2019: “The first one was very successful. This is the truth of the spice-like class system, and the whole country is shocked-people are shocked by the rift in British society with celluloid.