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CB: Never Let Me Go - Review

CB: Never Let Me Go is an elegant, restrained film, marked by lush visuals and a romantic and swoopy Rachel Portman score and characters who speak in clipped British accents and tend to keep calm and carry on. But don't be fooled-- though it is based on a novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, who also wrote Remains of the Day, Never Let Me Go is no average English period drama, but an exploration of love and loss and the brief beauty of life with a sci-fi twist. It's perhaps a more admirable movie than a lovable one, but director Mark Romanek has so faithfully adapted Ishiguro's novel with such grace that it's moving in its own quiet way.

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