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Juls & Clive Debut 'Children of Men'

Juls & Clive Debut 'Children of Men'

Co-stars Julianne Moore and Clive Owen attended last night’s screening of Children Of Men at the Tribeca Grand Screening Room last night in New York City. The after-party was sponsored by The Cinema Society and GQ and held at the Soho Grand Penthouse. Julianne was accompanied by husband director Bart Freundlich.

Also pictured below: Iman, Julia Stiles, Heather Graham, Molly Sims, director Alfonso Cuarón (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Y tu mamá también), Justin Chatwin, and Andrew Saffir (film company Indyssey Entertainment).

Children of Men opens in limited theaters on Christmas, Dec. 25.

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9 Responses to “Juls & Clive Debut 'Children of Men'”

  1. 1
    stranger Says:

    I’m really excited about this movie. Great director, great cast, great reviews.
    I just don’t understand why it wasn’t released in tome for the Golden Globe nominations. : sad :

  2. 2
    kae Says:

    Saw the trailer. Looks very depressing!!! I will skip this one.

  3. 3
    Guillaume Says:

    The brown suit is totally … YUK !! I hate this dirty color !

  4. 4
    MarieMJS Says:

    GO SEE THIS MOVIE!!

    It already came out two months ago in France and honestly, it’s a masterpiece…
    Alfonso Cuaron did an amazing job with this story, the directing is brilliant, and the cinematography is one of the best I’ve seen this year. Clive Owen shows again he definitely is an important actor of his generation and the rest of the cast is simply perfect.
    Its one of a hell of a good movie, just dont miss it, it deserves all the attention!!

  5. 5
    Chicagotribune Says:

    Children of Men
    What will the future bring? “Children of Men” doesn’t try to predict the details, but in envisioning the year 2027–at which point a baby hasn’t been born for 18 years–Alfonso Cuaron’s stunning thriller becomes a jaw-dropping vision of suspicion and desperation when Theo (Clive Owen) tries to protect a young girl who has somehow become pregnant. The film is a miracle of technical achievement–with takes that go on so long they must’ve taken weeks to plan–and it woefully sees life and death as a matter of both faith and chance. The lone spark of optimism is the supremely human truth that as long as you have faith, life always has a chance.

  6. 6
    Zosia Says:

    This is one of those things I can never understand. How come, the premiere of it in Poland (where I live) was 2 months before American release?!? I mean WTF??!!
    Anyway, the movie is really awesome, one of the best of 2006.

  7. 7
    stranger Says:

    Zosia Says:
    December 19th, 2006 at 5:48 pm

    This is one of those things I can never understand. How come, the premiere of it in Poland (where I live) was 2 months before American release?!? I mean WTF??!!
    Anyway, the movie is really awesome, one of the best of 2006.

    I know, it’s like Pan’s Labyrinth. It’s been playing all over the world but it hasn’t opened in the States.
    These Mexican directors are having a great year: Cuaron with this one, González Iñárritu with Babel and Guillermo del Toro with Pan’s Labyrinth.

  8. 8
    queen bee Says:

    Did Julia Stiles steal her mother’s prom dress? I didn’t even know they still made dress in aquamarine after 1982.

  9. 9
    queen bee Says:

    Did Julia Stiles steal her mother’s prom dress? I didn’t even know they still produced fabric in aquamarine after 1982.

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