2006's Children of Men is my all-time favorite movie. As an over zealous genre cinephile, this was hardly an easy declaration to assess but a very smooth transition to acceptance transpired. Not without its reasonable critiques , Children of Men does manage to provide the weight of limitless layers to unpack what both looks into a future that is not entirely unfathomable and allows us to confront the difficult themes currently relating to our actual, personal lives that are both specific and universal. The supporting-central character of Kee (Clare-Hope Ashitey) is what initially drew me into seeing what this film was all about. It was one of those brief glances you take when you're not really paying attention to your television but one image just stands out and you say to yourself, 'Oh, what was that about?'