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Logan's Run


Michael York, Richard Jordan, Jenny Agutter, Roscoe Lee Browne View All


David Zelag Goodman (Screenplay), Michael Anderson (Director) View All

Release: Jun. 23rd, 1976
Runtime: 2 hours
In the 23rd century, inhabitants of a domed city freely experience all of life's pleasures- but no one is allowed to live past 30. Citizens can try for a chance at being 'renewed' in a civic ceremony on their 30th birthday. Escape is the only other option.
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Being 29 years old myself this movie hit too close to home. Just like Logan I felt in danger of speedy disappearance. It's always convenience to have a beautiful woman to help you while you're on the ...

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Logan's partner, Francis (Richard Jordan) doesn't know about the undercover operation and ends up hunting Logan.
mark f
This film doesn't really address terminating life before it can be born, but it does address terminating life in the future at the age of 30, in a sci-fi context, and it's all surprisingly-entertaining in a minor kind of way.
The second half of the film does involve York and Agutter escaping from the city and into the outside world of post-apocalyptic Washington D.C., meeting up with an old man (Peter Ustinov) before eventually deciding to return to the city and bring down the government, but the whole "discovering the o....
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