Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go
Never Let Me Go

Year

2010

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Coming of Age, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Based on acclaimed writer Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel, this haunting film blends romantic drama with science fiction. Spanning decades, it tells the story of the love triangle which emerges between three students at an English boarding school called Hailsham. Hailsham is shut off from the outside world and governed by strange rules. As soon becomes clear, this is no ordinary college - nor are the pupils ordinary humans. Joining the ranks of smart sci-fi from Frankenstein to Blade Runner, Never Let Me Go is a thought-provoking, if depressing, film on the nature of being human.

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Contains moderate sex and nudity

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