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Double Feature: CHILDREN OF MEN, 2006, Universal, 109 min. It is 2027, a dystopian future in which humans have lost the ability to procreate. Former activist Theo Faron (Clive Owen) embarks on a dangerous mission to transport a miraculously pregnant woman to a sanctuary of sea-bound scientists in Alfonso Cuaron's revelatory science fiction meditation, heightened by the mesmerizing bravura of Emmanuel Lubezki's cinematography. With Julianne Moore and Michael Caine.<br /><br /> NINETEEN EIGHTY-FOUR, 1984, MGM/ Park Circus, 113 min. John Hurt and Suzanna Hamilton are lovers trapped in an oppressive police state who heroically fight against the all-powerful "Big Brother." Director Michael Radford's (IL POSTINO) adaptation of George Orwell's classic novel perfectly captures the book's deep sense of unease, and Richard Burton gives a great late-career performance as an evil but human government official.