Children of Men 16 years old

The future's a thing of the past.

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.

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Children of Men Cast

Name Character
Clive Owen He was 42, now 58 years old as Theo Faron
Chiwetel Ejiofor He was 29, now 45 years old as Luke
Ed Westwick He was 19, now 35 years old as Alex
Julianne Moore She was 46, now 61 years old as Julian Taylor
Michael Caine He was 73, now 89 years old as Jasper Palmer
Michael Haughey as Mr. Griffiths
Danny Huston He was 44, now 60 years old as Nigel
Pam Ferris She was 58, now 74 years old as Miriam
Forbes KB He was 41, now 57 years old as Elite Soldier (uncredited)
Peter Mullan He was 47, now 62 years old as Syd
Dhaffer L'Abidine was 34, now 50 years old as Dhafer
Ilario Bisi-Pedro as Cigar Man
Oana Pellea She was 44, now 60 years old as Marichka
Charlie Hunnam He was 26, now 42 years old as Patric
Tehmina Sunny She was 26, now 42 years old as Zara
Raymond Trickitt as Bexhill Immigration Officer
Kim Fenton as Café Customer
P.D. James as Café Customer (uncredited)
Yolanda Vazquez She was 46, now 61 years old as Spanish Woman
Nabil Shaban He was 53, now 69 years old as Bexhill Market Hustler
Jacek Koman He was 50, now 66 years old as Tomasz
Miriam Karlin She was 81, 85 years old when she died as Caged German Grandmother
Rob Curling He was 49, now 65 years old as Newsreader
Chris Gilbert He was 22, now 38 years old as Café Customer
Mishal Husain She was 33, now 49 years old as Newsreader
Simon Poland as Preacher Trafalgar Square
Caroline Lena Olsson as Caroline
Faruk Pruti He was 38, now 54 years old as Sirdjan
Phaldut Sharma as Ian
Rita Davies She was 73, 82 years old when she died as Café Customer
Rob Inch as Road Traffic Police
Juan Gabriel Yacuzzi He was 25, now 41 years old as Baby Diego
Clare-Hope Ashitey She was 19, now 35 years old as Kee
Goran Kostić He was 35, now 50 years old as Bexhill Market Hustler
Michael Klesic He was 31, now 47 years old as Rado
Atalanta White as Café Customer
Andrew Brooke as Soldier
Jon Chevalier as Café Customer
Maria McErlane She was 49, now 64 years old as Shirley
Jamie Kenna as Road Traffic Police
Jody Halse as Immigration Policeman
Phoebe Hawthorne as Café Customer
Laurence Woodbridge as Café Customer

Children of Men Crew

Name Department
Lucinda Syson as Casting. Production
Jim Clay as Production Design. He was 58 (now 74) years old Art
Richard Beggs as Sound Designer. He was 64 (now 80) years old Sound
Richard Beggs as Supervising Sound Editor. He was 64 (now 80) years old Sound
Avy Kaufman as Casting. She was 1986 (now 2002) years old Production
Tom Johnson as Sound Re-Recording Mixer. He was 6 (now 22) years old Sound
Malcolm Middleton as Supervising Art Director. He was 32 (now 48) years old Art
Lorna McGowan as Hairstylist. She was 39 (now 55) years old Costume & Make-Up
Lorna McGowan as Makeup Artist. She was 39 (now 55) years old Costume & Make-Up
Jennifer Williams as Set Decoration. Art
David Evans as Supervising Sound Editor. Sound
Terry Needham as Assistant Director. Directing
Curtis Lindersmith as Digital Intermediate. Editing
Eric Newman as Producer. He was 53 (now 69) years old Production
David Arata as Screenplay. He was 56 (now 72) years old Writing
Alex Rodriguez as Editor. He was 31 (now 47) years old Editing
Shaune Harrison as Makeup Effects. Crew
Stuart Rose as Art Direction. He was 57 (now 73) years old Art
Paul Inglis as Art Direction. Art
Geoffrey Kirkland as Production Design. He was 67 (now 83) years old Art
Armyan Bernstein as Executive Producer. He was 6 (now 22) years old Production
Peter Hannan as Second Unit Cinematographer. He was 65 (now 81) years old Crew
Timothy J. Sexton as Screenplay. He was 47 (now 62) years old Writing
Thomas A. Bliss as Executive Producer. He was 54 (now 69) years old Production
Pablo Casacuberta as Producer. He was 37 (now 53) years old Production
Hilary Shor as Producer. Production
John Tavener as Original Music Composer. He was 62 (69) years old when He died Sound
Hawk Ostby as Screenplay. He was 40 (now 56) years old Writing
Iain Smith as Producer. He was 57 (now 73) years old Production
Alfonso Cuarón as Director. He was 45 (now 60) years old Directing
Alfonso Cuarón as Editor. He was 45 (now 60) years old Editing
Alfonso Cuarón as Screenplay. He was 45 (now 60) years old Writing
Tony Smith as Producer. He was 94 (68) years old when He died Production
Mark Fergus as Screenplay. He was 6 (now 22) years old Writing
Peter Burgis as Foley. Sound
Tony Currie as Dialogue Editor. He was 56 (now 72) years old Editing
James Foster as Assistant Art Director. He was 101 (63) years old when He died Art
P.D. James as Novel. Writing
Kristel Laiblin as Producer. Production
Mike Stallion as Art Direction. Art
George Richmond as Camera Operator. He was 197 (86) years old when He died Camera
Sally French as Unit Production Manager. Production
Mark Sanger as Visual Effects Editor. He was 32 (now 48) years old Crew
Ray Chan as Art Direction. He was 34 (now 50) years old Art
Robin Lough as Scenic Artist. Crew
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Children of Men (16 years)

The future's a thing of the past.

  • Release day: Friday, September 22, 2006
  • Runtime: 109 minutes
  • Budget: 76000000.00
  • Revenue: 70595464.00