A new era begins for the entire world as the children from all nations start to display supernatural abilities, but the older generations worry about the repercussions of this development in regards ...
I read the book about 50 years ago and didn't remember too many details but I do remember being left with a good feeling from reading it. With the exception of most of Part 1 the adaptation of "Childhood's End" left me feeling depressed and unsatisfied. Seemed like I had to sit through hours of sad music and sorrowful scenes to get to the few 'nuggets' from the original story. That wasn't how the book 'felt'. I understand the need to update and modify stories for television but not to the point of changing the entire 'feel' of it. I now intend to re-read the novel so as to get the foul taste of this movie adaptation out of my head.
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