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Kathy, Tommy and Ruth live in a world and a time that feel familiar to us, but are not quite like anything we know. They spend their childhood at Hailsham, a seemingly idyllic English boarding school. When they leave the shelter of the school and the terrible truth of their fate is revealed to them, they must also confront the deep feelings of love, jealousy and betrayal that threaten to pull them apart.
Logline: A group of friends from an isolated boarding school discover they are clones grown for the sole purpose of organ donation.
Genres: Science Fiction/Fantasy and Thriller
Distributors:Fox Searchlight Pictures
USA October 1st, 2010 (limited)
Russia 3 February 2011
Belgium 9 February 2011
UK 11 February 2011
Italy 25 February 2011
France 2 March 2011
Portugal 3 March 2011
Singapore 17 March 2011
Slovenia 17 March 2011
Sweden 25 March 2011
Japan 26 March 2011
Germany 31 March 2011
Author: Dick Sanders from Southern California USA
Just ahead, I’ll tell you how to know if you’ll love or hate this movie (very few will be in between). But first, I’m always surprised to see people reading the novel, rushing to the movie, and then expressing disappointment with remarks such as, “there are gaping holes.” A 2-hour movie is a 110-page screenplay, which means a 300-page novel becomes a 6-hour miniseries. Get Martin Scorcese, hire “Never Let Me Go” novelist Kazuo Ishiguro to write the screenplay, and cast it right, and you’ll have a shot at making a miniseries that CAN be compared to the novel; otherwise, forget it! I didn’t read Ishiguro’s novel, and I found Mark Romanek’s film (screenplay by Alex Garland) to be a beautiful, profound and complete meditation on life. It demonstrates the best and worst of human behavior, the beauty of undying love, and the heroism of accepting responsibility (or fate in this case). To me, the story is uplifting and memorable, in spite of its overall sad and melancholy tone. What’s more, it’s seamless, from the superb performances by Carey Mulligan and Andrew Garfield, to the near perfect direction by Romanek, to its gorgeous cinematography with muted color palette, to its precise wabi-sabi production design (the beauty of worn and broken things). But how can you know if you’ll like this movie or not?
Forget the Sci-Fi angle; it’s insignificant except as a stepping-off point for a story that reveals great truths: That life is short, your choices have consequences, and at the end none of us may feel we’ve had enough time to love, or just get things right. But I can safely say… If you interpret your movies literally, you will not like this film. If you need action, a fast pace, explosions and special effects, you will not like this film. If your idea of a great movie is Inception, forget it.
On the other hand, if you can appreciate a fine story by Henry James, Edith Wharton, or Katherine Anne Porter, this film is made for you. If you enjoyed Todd Haynes’ lovely melodrama, Far from Heaven, or Oren Moverman’s powerful film, The Messenger, or Tom Ford’s poignant film, A Single Man, you’ll love this film. The story addresses themes of love, longing, jealousy, betrayal, courage, atonement, and perhaps most important “acceptance.” The film also asks you to consider the “morality of science,” and some might find this aspect chilling, but to me the larger human themes overwhelm this one.
When I saw Never Let Me Go, the theater was about one-third full, but probably one-third of these folks walked out by the half-way point. And, surprisingly, the couple sitting behind me got up and walked out 10 minutes before the end, once they were convinced (revealed by their groans) that the story would not have a happy ending. Apparently, they were looking for the “feel good movie of the year.” Sadly, they missed the most extraordinary and beautiful ending — most of the emotional power comes in that last 10 minutes — but then I suppose they wouldn’t have understood it. But to me, Never Let Me Go is the “feel good movie of the year,” precisely because it tells the truth: life is beautiful because there are hopes and dreams, love and loss, tears and tragedies.
One final note: Keira Knightley and Andrew Garfield are excellent in their roles, but Carey Mulligan is the standout — she shows a wisdom and weariness far beyond her years, and handles difficult emotional material with a sublime restraint that makes the whole thing work. I feel we are witnessing the early work of the next Audrey Hepburn, Sarah Miles, or Vanessa Redgrave.
This is an excellent film, one of the best of the year, and not to be missed by those who appreciate depth and literary quality.
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