Djimon Hounsou's New Movies


Storyline:The earth has become uninhabitable after a nuclear disaster. The last humans are in a bunker in cryogenic sleep. The two keepers Bauer (Norman Reedus) and Cartwright (Djimon Hounsou) live there to maintain the subterranean facility and to oversee the cold-sleepy people who will build a new society in due course. However, they have different views on how they should do their job and, moreover, they have to fight day by day to maintain their own mental health in this barren place. Over time, this leads to a conflict that is so extreme that ultimately the survival of humanity is at stake. The fact that one of them actually gave up hope long ago does not make things any easier.

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Storyline:Art dealer Ron Hall (Greg Kinnear) and his wife Deborah (Renée Zellweger) lead a perfect life outwardly: They are rich, socially engaged and respected in their community. But to say has the 19 year married married couple hardly anything, besides, Ron has started an extramarital affair. Deborah, on the other hand, is busy with her strange dreams: time and again she sees in the dream a man who seems to be important for her life, whom she does not know. All the more astonished she is when this man actually stands in front of her in the soup kitchen where she helps out. Between the poverty-stricken, homeless Denver Moore (Djimon Hounsou) and the couple Hall, a deep friendship gradually emerges that overcomes all cultural and social differences and fills all those involved with a new zest for life. But then it comes to a tragedy ...