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Science Fiction and Fantasy
New York, 2022 - climate change and overcrowding has created a desperate situation. Scarce resources mean that the masses have to subsist on soylent, a soya and lentil food that is almost unpalatable. However, the Soylent Company have come up with a new, improved green-coloured version - but what is its mysterious ingredient? Cop Charlton Heston starts to suspect there's something very wrong with the tasty treat in an gripping sci-fi film whose setting and message are possibly even more relevant now than they were at the time the film was made.
The horror of the Holocaust is brought sensitively to life in this harrowing but essential true story of one man's struggle to survive.
14+ years 142 mins
Powerful and disturbing Cormac McCarthy adaptation about a father and son travelling through a post-apocalyptic landscape.
16+ years 111 mins
Thought-provoking assessment on the causes and symptoms of climate change from former US presidential candidate Al Gore.
11+ years 95 mins
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