Children of Men and a Plural Messianism  

By Sarah Schwartzman

Notes

1. Ostwalt, Jr., Conrad E. 2005. Hollywood and Armageddon: Apocalyptic themes in recent cinematic presentation. Screening the sacred: Religion, myth, and ideology in popular American film, ed. Joel W. Martin and Conrad E. Oswalt Jr. Boulder: Westview Press, 62.

2. Vineberg, Steve. 2007. Rumors of a birth. ("Children of Men" Movie review). The Christian Century 124, no. 3: 44.

3. Vineberg, Steve. 2007. Rumors of a birth. ("Children of Men" Movie review). The Christian Century 124, no. 3: 44.

4. Commentary by Slavoj Zizek. “ ‘Children of Men’ Comments by Slavoj Zizek” Bonus features. Children of Men, DVD. Universal Studios, 2006.

5. Commentary by Slavoj Zizek. “ ‘Children of Men’ Comments by Slavoj Zizek” Bonus features. Children of Men, DVD. Universal Studios, 2006.

6. Prins, Irene Costera Meijer and Baukje. 1998. How bodies come to matter: An interview with Judith Butler. Signs 23, no. 2: 281.

7. Commentaries by Slavoj Zizek, Tzvetan Todorov, Naomi Klein, Saskia Sassen, and Fabrizio Eva. “The Possibility of Hope” Bonus features. Children of Men, DVD. Produced by Alfonso Cuarón et al., Interviews by Riccardo Romani. Universal Studios, 2006.

8. Commentaries by Slavoj Zizek, Tzvetan Todorov, Naomi Klein, Saskia Sassen, and Fabrizio Eva. “The Possibility of Hope” Bonus features. Children of Men, DVD. Produced by Alfonso Cuarón et al., Interviews by Riccardo Romani. Universal Studios, 2006.

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