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A New York teen's perfect summer is torn apart by the sudden outbreak of World War Three in this dystopian, coming-of-age tale. Sent to stay with distant relatives in the English countryside, disaffected 15-year-old Daisy quickly falls for her cousin, Edmond. But their gentle romance is dramatically interrupted when the whole world is plunged into conflict, leaving them and Edmond's two younger siblings to fend for themselves. Things become bleaker after the group is forcibly separated and a desperate Daisy embarks on a terrifying journey to be reunited with the boy she adores. Based on Meg Rosoff's award-winning young adult novel, this is a powerful and at times shockingly harrowing story about love, survival, and how war changes people.
This powerful drama sees a child separated from his parents during the 1931 Japanese invasion of China and put in an internment camp for foreigners.
11+ years 153 mins
In the near future an infertility crisis has brought humanity to the brink of extinction and a sole pregnant woman holds the key to survival.
14+ years 105 mins
Possibly the greatest war film ever made, this anime is the deeply moving tale of a boy and his sister fighting to survive in World War II Japan.
11+ years 89 mins
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Director Kevin Macdonald and actress Saoirse Ronan join our reporter Chris to chat about their movie How I Live Now.
Viewing time 12 mins
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