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Chlidren of Men-film Review

A film review of the 2006 film: Children of Men, based on the novel by PD James.

If you have not seen the film I highly suggest that you do. Despite a depressing outset the story itself is one of hope. It is set in a dystopian England in 2027 starring Clive Owen, Julianne Moore and Michael Caine. The story is set on the fact that no children have been born for 18 years and that England is the only country still functioning. Nobody who isn’t British is aloud to live in Britain and every none British person is classed as a refugee (fugee as reffered) and is either exiled from the country or simpily sent to refugee camps.

Unlike many other dystopian films Children of Men is not a government lead oppression. It purely relies on human infertility. The government still plays a major part in the story as it is their job to find all of the refugees. The story itself is Clive Owen (Theo Faron) being assigned a mission by an anti-terrorism group named (The Fishers) to bring to safety a refugee ‘Chiwetel Ejiofor’ (Kee) to safety.

As not to spoil the film for anybody who plans to watch it I will not write any more about the film. It is rated 15 for continous strong language, breif nudity, prolongued peril and danger and strong viloence. This film really makes you think about life and despite it negative underton has a truly posotive message. 10/10 

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