Cloud Atlas

Cloud Atlas
Cloud Atlas




164 minutes


Action and Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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If you've ever wondered whether life continues after death, or perhaps pondered the idea that you might have been someone else in a previous life, then Cloud Atlas is a story you may relate to. Based on David Mitchell's sprawling, award-winning novel, it is a truly epic film; spanning several time periods, visiting various fantastical locations and tying together the stories of multiple characters. From a young man's sea voyage and a journalist investigating a San Francisco power plant, to a cloned worker in a dystopian future Korea and a post-apocalyptic Hawaiian tribesman, Cloud Atlas shows us how everything is connected.

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Contains strong language, once very strong, strong violence and sex

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