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London-based agency Amplify has shared the sequel to its 2016 docuseries Young Blood. The latest short, Young Blood 2: The Formula is Fucked, follows the lives of British youth as they battle with personal and societal pressures on their journey into adulthood.

Over 2,000 Brits between the ages of 18 to 30 were picked for the study, with questions relating to their understanding of  the 'formula for life and success.' In the face of Brexit, #metoo, and the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the film asks young people how their ambitions have shifted and what pressures they face in the digitally conscious age.

In the video, three young people retell their personal experiences with gender, race, health, and wellbeing.

Watch Young Blood 2: The Formula is Fucked in the gallery above.

When you're done, watch Colin Kaepernick speak out in Nike's "Dream Crazy" ad. 

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