Children Of Men

Alfonso Cuaron's bleak dystopian fable, based on a novel by P.D. James, unfolds in a world halfway to hell and picks up speed as it goes. London, 2027. England is an oasis in a world laid to waste by starvation, civil war, disease and nuclear attacks. Worst of all, 18 years earlier every woman on Earth became inexplicably infertile, and a world without...read more

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Children Of Men
01:17 — In 2027, in a world where women have become infertile, a former activist helps transport a pregnant woman to safety.
Children Of Men
00:42 — In 2027, in a world where women have become infertile, a former activist helps transport a pregnant woman to safety.
Children Of Men
00:42 — In 2027, in a world where women have become infertile, a former activist helps transport a pregnant woman to safety.
Children Of Men - Official Trailer
02:26 — In 2027, in a world where women have become infertile, a former activist helps transport a pregnant woman to safety.
Children Of Men
00:47 — In 2027, in a world where women have become infertile, a former activist helps transport a pregnant woman to safety.
Children Of Men
00:55 — In 2027, in a world where women have become infertile, a former activist helps transport a pregnant woman to safety.
Children Of Men
00:46 — In 2027, in a world where women have become infertile, a former activist helps transport a pregnant woman to safety.
Children Of Men
01:11 — In 2027, in a world where women have become infertile, a former activist helps transport a pregnant woman to safety.
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02:27 — Since women stopped being able to have babies, what's left to hope for. Why are women infertile? Our world is dying.

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  • Released: 2006
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Alfonso Cuaron's bleak dystopian fable, based on a novel by P.D. James, unfolds in a world halfway to hell and picks up speed as it goes. London, 2027. England is an oasis in a world laid to waste by starvation, civil war, disease and nuclear attacks. W… (more)

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