The children, who all live in England but are from different parts of the world, are normal in aspects except that they are geniuses with acute psychic powers. They do have more in common than their IQ's, however: none of them have fathers and no one seems to know where they came from. When a psychologist (Ian Hendry) attempts to find out more, he unlocks a horrifying mystery that could lead to the destruction of the universe. Frightened, the children then retreat to an abandoned church, where they use their powers to protect themselves against the government, who wants to destroy them.
- Children of the Damned review by Alain
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if you enjoyed the book this film is loosely based on, then you are likely not to enjoy this film that much. There is nothing wrong with any of the actors, in fact the children pull quite a performance. But the changes to the original story leave too many unknowns, and completely change the tone of the story. The later adaptation was more convincing.
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