The Necessity of Hope (Review: The Children of Men)

Dystopia is hot right now. Perhaps, seeing how situations that were once born of slippery slope fallacies are becoming recent history, more and more people are drawn to depictions of worlds gone terribly wrong. How bad could it get? How would humanity be saved?


Since we live in a culture where many people have separated sex from love, marriage, and children, it is interesting to see how the world might be different when that divide grows deep over generations. The Children of Men, written by P.D. James and adapted into a successful movie, considers what life could be like when generation itself is impossible.

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