I've never seen a film that so moved me to write something about it. But this one... I want to discuss with someone who felt the same about it. My dad would have no interest in it and my step-mother wouldn't understand it since she's Ukrainian and doesn't have the best grasp of english.
Children of Man was powerful and moving. It had wonderful and stirring imagery and music. It caught the depression and hopelessness so well. I cried. I don't mean teary like some movies make me, I mean like I was on the verge of bawling. I barely held back only because it would have been embaracing in a theater full of people.