Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go

As children, Kathy, Ruth, and Tommy spend their childhood at an idyllic and secluded English boarding school. As they grow into adults, they must come to terms with the complexity and strength of their love for one another while also preparing for the haunting reality awaiting them.

Adapted from the novel of the same name belonging to the genre of thriller writer Kazuo Ishiguro Japanese, Never Let Me Go is set in a peaceful countryside of England, about three close friend from childhood, learn together, grow up together and share a terrible secret. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Never Let Me Go torrent reviews

Melanie n (ru) wrote: One of the worst films I've ever seen. Insufficient plot development and insanely bad writing. I can't blame the actors as given the poor script, it appears they gave a valiant effort and were somewhat believable in their roles. Cinematography left much to be desired as well.

Joshua L (gb) wrote: Theres music and charm to this movie that make it unforgettable. Its a Fairy Tale but its not and thought its wonderfully directed, I wish it had stayed as creative as it started thru out the film.

William S (br) wrote: All around us are things we take for granted. But, for better or for worse, everything is designed and it is good to stop and ponder those designs every now-and-then.

Dorota R (ru) wrote: This movie is perfect. It has all that I seek in films: ordinary heros, true love, scenery, yet it is the farthest from a Hollywood romance. One of my favourites.

Wrik S (gb) wrote: Nothing really can get better, if one is looking for cinematic disaster

Antti Q (es) wrote: Iz not eazy to be ze Dracvla vho requires virgin blood to survive. Bloody sexy and mostly improvised story of the hunt for virgin blood with plenty of forbidden scenes. Vampire tale that differs slightly from Twilight, True Blood and the kin.

Justin M (au) wrote: I'm a sucker for Melville, and Le Deuxieme Souffle (1966) is no different. Melville's last black and white film is wonderful, a heist film, pushing the boundaries of such heist plots, moving onto the grounds of human instinct and their willingness to believe and trust others. I'd have to write a novel to do this film justice, so just watch the damn thing. Judge it for yourself.

Peter W (mx) wrote: A pretty suspenseful thriller involving witchcraft.

Alysia V (gb) wrote: I actually thought the first hour of this was pretty spooky with that giant mansion in the middle of nowhere and it's very mysterious residents. It keeps you guessing as to what's really going on and why everyone is acting so strangely. I was not familiar with Nick Adams before this film but I liked him a lot in it and, of course, Boris Karloff is a classic. The shadow that's lurking around every corner is eerie as are those screeches that no one can quite figure out. It all comes together in the last twenty minutes or so and also starts to lay on the cheesy-ness pretty heavily. But that's almost to be expected from a 1965 sci-fi/horror film. I was rather surprised by how much I enjoyed this, actually, and am pleased to report that it didn't leave me wishing "Die, Movie, Die!"

Andruw F (de) wrote: It's not funny, feels long, has slow pacing, and I hate the ending, but Teresa Palmer and Nicholas Hoult give great performances.