Film: Never Let Me Go
I really loved the book Never Let Me Go and looked forward to the film.
The story depicts the lives of three friends who grow up in an idyllic British boarding school called Hailsham. The school focuses on the creative development of the children and provides a nurturing environment based on kindness, sensitivity and understanding. The only interaction they have with those from the outside world, besides their Guardians is when they graduate and move on to their less structured lives at the cottages and their real purpose is revealed.
Dr. J hated the film- (and I quote) "If it's a futuristic movie then why does everything look like it takes place in the 1950's. In defense of the film, Dr. J hated the idea of watching the film before we even started and barely put his IPhone down from the beginning.
The film was good, certainly thought provoking and worth watching- but I would really recommend reading the book as it was excellent.
Have you seen the film or read the book?