Children of Men

Children of Men

109 mins | Drama, Action, Thriller, Science Fiction | Sept. 22, 2006

In 2027, in a chaotic world in which humans can no longer procreate, a former activist agrees to help transport a miraculously pregnant woman to a sanctuary at sea, where her child's birth may help scientists save the future of humankind.

Children of Men

109 mins | Drama, Action, Thriller, Science Fiction | Sept. 22, 2006

Children of Men
In 2027, in a chaotic world in which humans can no longer procreate, a former activist agrees to help transport a miraculously pregnant woman to a sanctuary at sea, where her child's birth may help scientists save the future of humankind.
IMDb rating 7.9
Producers Universal Pictures, Strike Entertainment, Hit & Run Productions
Original title Children of Men
Directors Alfonso Cuarón, Terry Needham, Alex Oakley, Ceri Evans, Liz West, Beverly Winston, Michael Michael, Andrew McEwan, Emma Horton
Writers Alfonso Cuarón, David Arata, Timothy J. Sexton, Mark Fergus, Hawk Ostby, P.D. James

Cast

Clive Owen

as Theo Faron

Julianne Moore

as Julian Taylor

Michael Caine

as Jasper Palmer

Pam Ferris

as Miriam

Charlie Hunnam

as Patric

Danny Huston

as Nigel

Peter Mullan

as Syd

Oana Pellea

as Marichka

Jacek Koman

as Tomasz

Juan Gabriel Yacuzzi

as Baby Diego

Mishal Husain

as Newsreader

Rob Curling

as Newsreader

Maria McErlane

as Shirley

Michael Haughey

as Mr. Griffiths

Tehmina Sunny

as Zara

Michael Klesic

as Rado

Ilario Bisi-Pedro

as Cigar Man

Caroline Lena Olsson

as Caroline

Dhafer L'Abidine

as Dhafer

Jon Chevalier

as Café Customer

Rita Davies

as Café Customer

Kim Fenton

as Café Customer

Chris Gilbert

as Café Customer

Phoebe Hawthorne

as Café Customer

Rebecca Howard

as Cafe Customer

Atalanta White

as Café Customer

Laurence Woodbridge

as Café Customer

Miriam Karlin

as Caged German Grandmother

Philippa Urquhart

as Janice

Jody Halse

as Immigration Policeman

Martina Messing

as Birgit

Simon Poland

as Preacher Trafalgar Square

Barnaby Edwards

as Ministry Official

Ed Westwick

as Alex

Valerie Griffiths

as Dog Track Woman

Billy Cook

as Bookmaker

Gary Hoptrough

as Simon

Rob Inch

as Road Traffic Police

Jamie Kenna

as Road Traffic Police

Maurice Lee

as Samir

Bruno Ouvrard

as Bruno

Denise Mack

as Emily

Milenka James

as Milenka

Somi De Souza

as Somi

Francisco Labbe

as Francisco

Thorston Manderlay

as Thorston

Georgia Goodman

as Georgette

Dorothy Grumbar

as German Bus Passenger

Barry Martin

as German Bus Passenger

Keith Dunphy

as Bexhill Immigration Officer

Raymond Trickitt

as Bexhill Immigration Officer

Nabil Shaban

as Bexhill Market Hustler

Goran Kostić

as Bexhill Market Hustler

Faruk Pruti

as Sirdjan

Yolanda Vazquez

as Spanish Woman

Andrew Brooke

as Soldier

David Olawale Ayinde

as African Slave (uncredited)

Andy Callaghan

as Riot Policeman / Soldier (uncredited)

Ray Donn

as Soldier (uncredited)

Forbes KB

as Elite Soldier (uncredited)

P.D. James

as Café Customer (uncredited)

Jamie Lengyel

as First Human Project Professor (uncredited)

Jeff Leslie

as Immigration Policeman (uncredited)

João Costa Menezes

as Terrorist (uncredited)

Vidal Sancho

as Basque Rebel (uncredited)

John Warman

as Taxi Driver (uncredited)

Paul Warren

as Injured Refugee (uncredited)

Yana Yanezic

as Woman (uncredited)

Michael Snelders

as Newsreader (uncredited)

Steve Murphy

as Soldier (uncredited)

Mehmet Mahmut

as Freedom Fighter (uncredited)