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British-American science fiction thriller film setup in 2027 directed and co-written by Alfonso Cuarón. The screenplay, based on P. D. James' 1992 novel of the same name, was credited to five writers, with Clive Owen making uncredited contributions. It was released on 22 September 2006 in the UK and on 25 December in the U.S.

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Children of Men - title meaning?

What's the meaning of the title "Children of Men"? There are no men giving birth to babies, obviously.
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Who kills Julian in Children of Men?

It’s implied that the Fishes killed Julian in Children of Men, but why? Also why was Luke so freaked out about her death in the car, when it was seemingly part of the plan?
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How does a Camera move freely inside a car in a movie scene?

In Children Of Men, there is an uncut scene wherein a camera moves freely inside a car full of people. It starts with a front shot with the camera in the dashboard position facing back towards the ...
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Why is the world in total chaos?

In Children of Men, For some reason which we're not really told, the world is in total chaos. Is there any background info anywhere about why it is so, and how does it correlate to the infertility ...
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How did Luke find Jasper's house?

In Children of Men, Did Key's helper Miriam alert Luke and the Fishes to where Jasper's house was? If not, how did Luke find Jasper's house?
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Is "Children of Men" a remake? [closed]

I can swear I watched a movie where the whole worlds population was sterile for some reason, and there was a woman who was pregnant so the protagonist was trying to save her and her baby. The issue is ...
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What happened to the rest of the world?

What I could catch from Children of Men: The UK is a relatively great place to be. The rest of the world has somehow gone to hell or something. Lots of refugees (or "fugees") go to the UK, where they ...
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Is Jasper's house in the woods an existing location?

In the 2006 film Children of Men, Michael Caine's character Jasper lives in a house in the woods. Is this a real house? Are the interior shots from the same house, or a set? Is the house really in ...
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What caused the infertility?

I had watched Children of men recently, I'm confused in one aspect What caused the infertility?
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