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The setting for this beautiful, richly atmospheric film - one which uses the movement-capture technique in which live action footage is digitally animated - is Paris in the middle of the 21st Century. In this work of future noir, like Blade Runner, it's set in the future but the mood is borrowed from Hollywood crime films of the 1940s and 1950s. A tough cop investigates the disappearance of a leading scientist and uncovers a complex and dark conspiracy.
In the future human clones are sent to work in the outer reaches of space, when six escape and head to earth a blade runner is sent to hunt them.
14+ years 117 mins
This visually spectacular German sci-fi classic (made, incredibly, in 1927) sees the rich live in skyscrapers and the poor toil underground.
11+ years 138 mins
Visually peerless example of Hollywood coming to terms with computers, in which programmer Kevin Flynn get sucked into a game.
7–11 years 92 mins
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