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Never Let Me Go [2010 Official Movie Trailer] Keira Knightley
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Best movies ever is curious to see how they translate Never Let Me Go for the big screen.
The book has gotten amazing raves from everyone we know and it seems to be one of those
quiet buzz movies that‟s hitting the screens September 15, 2010.




Here‟s the best movies ever plot for Never Let Me Go. With the critically acclaimed novel Never Let Me Go, author
Kazuo Ishiguro (The Remains of the Day) created a remarkable story of love, loss and hidden truths. In it he asks the
fundamental question: What makes us human? This is something that has been asked all the time, but Ishiguro
presents an amazing theory that reminds best movies ever of Inception in a good way.
One of our favorite directors, Mark Romanek (“One Hour Photo”), writer Alex Garland and DNA Films brings
Ishiguro‟s hauntingly poignant and very emotional vision to the screen. Kathy (Carey Mulligan), Tommy (Andrew
Garfield) and Ruth (Keira Knightley) live in a world and a time that feels familiar to all of us, but it‟s not quite like
anything we know or could imagine. They‟ve spent their childhood at Hailsham, one of those seemingly idyllic English
boarding schools where everything is normal for them, or at least normal when you are surrounded within that
existence. Soon after leaving this idyllic world of the school, the horrible truth of their fate is shown to them, and they
must suddenly confront their deep emotions of love, jealousy and betrayal that threaten to rip them apart.
Never Let Me Go sounds very genre, but it‟s unlike anything that could be called Sci Fi. It‟s a mixture of Science
Fiction, Drama, Thriller and whatever else could be put into this story. The plot, which unveils itself in the first act, is
that humanity has, at least from the perspective of the film, decided that farming cloned humans for replacement
parts is a good idea. What writer Alex Gurland has created is not a story full of „gotcha‟ moments but of slow reveals
which allows the audience to truly absorb this world and feel the emotional wallop when it‟s over. So many times,
movies of this genre are so full of speedy scenes and over the top effects that the emotional aspect of the story is
lost. This is not the case with Never Let Me Go.

				
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Description: Best Movies Ever reviews the anticipated film Never Let Me Go. The book has gotten amazing raves from everyone we know and it seems to be one of those quiet buzz movies that’s hitting the screens September 15, 2010.
Curt Johnson Curt Johnson Owner http://movietvtechgeeks.com/
About Curt Johnson has been a filmmaker for well over a decade and has worked on several award winning films as a producer/director and writer.