One month ago, I was browsing Fox Searchlight‘s channel on Youtube. Apparently, I’m looking for Black Swan but this caught my attention:
The title of the movie is Never Let Me Go. I searched about it on Google because I found the trailer interesting and I am right about that perception.
“Never Let Me Go is a 2010 British dystopian drama film based on Kazuo Ishiguro’s 2005 novel of the same name. The film was directed by Mark Romanek from screenplay written by Alex Garland. It stars Carey Mulligan, Keira Knightly, and Andrew Garfield. Never Let Me Gocenters on Kathy, Ruth, and Tommy, played respectively by Mulligan, Knightley, and Garfield, who become entangled in a love triangle and are scientific specimens, created in a laboratory and raised in order to provide their organs to severely ill patients.”
This was of course, first shown in North America and Europe. And I heard that it received positive reviews from critics. As for the Philippines, it will be shown on March 2 but I don’t know if it’s nationwide.
My bestfriend, Aline, told me it was not my type of movie. Well, I really don’t like scientific movies with those people experimenting on people. But this movie is quite different. It has its story that’s not much focused on Science. There’s love story and drama and holding on. That’s why I bet I would do anything to be able to watch this movie. For it has this classic effect on it that will surely move anyone who’ll watch it.