“Children of Men” is a dystopian science fiction film set in the year 2027. The world is in chaos after nearly 20 years of global infertility, and the human population is on the brink of collapse. The story follows Theo (clive owen), a disillusioned bureaucrat who is approached by his former lover, Julian (julianne moore), to help transport a young woman named Kee (Clare-Hope Ashitey) to safety. The catch is that Kee is pregnant, and if her child is born, it will be the first in nearly two decades. Theo agrees to help, and the trio embarks on a dangerous journey through a world that has become increasingly violent and xenophobic.
“Children of Men” is a visually stunning and thought-provoking film that explores themes of hope, sacrifice, and humanity. The film's direction by alfonso cuarón is exceptional, and the cinematography is breathtaking, with long, uninterrupted shots that add to the film's sense of realism and urgency. The performances by the cast are also outstanding, with clive owen delivering a powerful and nuanced portrayal of Theo. The film's themes are universal, and the story is both gripping and emotionally resonant. Overall, “Children of Men” is a must-see movie that transcends its genre.
“Children of Men” was highly praised by critics and won several awards, including the Academy Award for Best Cinematography (Emmanuel Lubezki) and the BAFTA Award for Best Cinematography. The movie was also nominated for three Academy Awards, including Best Adapted Screenplay.
“Children of Men” was a commercial success and has since become a cult classic. The movie has a 7.9/10 rating on IMDb and a 92% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The film's themes and messages have resonated with audiences and critics alike, and it continues to be celebrated as a masterpiece of science fiction cinema.
|alfonso cuarón Iain Smith Tony Smith Marc Abraham Eric Newman Thomas Bliss
|alfonso cuarón Timothy J. Sexton David Arata Mark Fergus Hawk Ostby
|The Children of Men
by P. D. James
|clive owen, julianne moore, michael caine, chiwetel ejiofor, charlie hunnam,
|Alex Rodríguez alfonso cuarón
|Strike Entertainment Hit and Run Productions
|3 September 2006 (Venice) 22 September 2006 (United Kingdom) 18 November 2006 (Japan) 25 December 2006 (United States)
|United Kingdom United States Japan