Criterion Prediction #181: Children of Men, by Alexander Miller

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  1. FictionIsntReal says:

    When I saw this film, I thought the premise of a birth dearth didn’t fit the depiction of all those refugees (which in our world tend to come from countries with higher birth rates). Then I read that in the original novel the government was going to great lengths to encourage the scarce younger generations to come over as guest workers. Cuaron seemed to find the novel’s depiction of a fascist government boring and changed things without regard to whether or not his changes worked with things like the premise that he retained.

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