Children of men (15)

IN A world in which humans can no longer procreate, a former campaigner agrees to help transfer a mysteriously pregnant woman to a sanctuary where her child s birth could help scientists save the future of mankind. Starring Clive Owen and based on a P D J

IN A world in which humans can no longer procreate, a former campaigner agrees to help transfer a mysteriously pregnant woman to a sanctuary where her child's birth could help scientists save the future of mankind.

Starring Clive Owen and based on a P D James novel, Alfonso Cuarón's film is London set and shot with long, unbroken sequences that are so beautiful there is the chance you'll miss the plot and just concentrate on the background. It looks good enough to eat.

4/5

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