A set of identity cards from Alfonso Caurón’s 2006 dystopian thriller, Children of Men.
In 2027 it has been eighteen years since women have become infertile and the world has descended into chaos. Theo is a former activist who agrees to help and protect Kee (Clare-Hope Ashitey), a young woman who is miraculously pregnant.
This style of ID was made to be carried by all UK citizens, serving as a futuristic national ID card. The ID cards have a translucent photographic image applied to a portion of clear plastic which is overlaid which the holographic words ‘secure’ and ‘genuine’. Various biometric details including name (actually the name of a crew member on the production), address, signature, date of birth and date of ID issue are present alongside the photographs with a royal crest at the bottom in red. A perforated metal cap is attached at the other end with a key ring loop.
There is some wear from production use and age, including scuffing and scratches, but they remain in an otherwise very good condition.
Materials: Plastic, Ferrous Metals.
This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.