BOM: Never Let Me Go Review

BOM: In our own world, we debate the ethics of stem cell research and endlessly argue over what should become of unwanted human embryos. In the universe of Never Let Me Go, Mark Romanek's adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro's Booker Prize-nominated novel, society has moved past that to a world that unapologetically regards some humans as something less than others. For three young people (three points of a lifelong romantic triangle), that attitude has shattering implications. Screening at the Toronto International Film Festival just ahead of its US release, the drama boasts a stellar cast, exquisite performances and a tense atmosphere.

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