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132 Pages

ISBN: 9781999334024

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Children of Men

Dan Dinello

Auteur Publishing in partnership with Liverpool University Press


Dan Dinello explicates Alfonso Cuarón's visionary Children of Men (2006) from ideological, psychological, and philosophical perspectives. Dinello explores the film's criticism of reactionary politics, arguing that it prods us to imagine an egalitarian alternative by urging identification with rebels, outcasts, and racial and ethnic outsiders.


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