REVIEWED: NEVER LET ME GO (LFF – DAY 1)

Never Let Me Go

Carrey Mulligan is the film's much-needed emotional core.

This article is syndicated at Obsessed with Film. View it here.
 
Kicking off 2010’s London Film Festival is the much-hyped adaptation of Kazuo Ishiguro’s acclaimed 2005 novel Never Let Me Go. Beautifully shot by Mark Romanek and wonderfully acted (especially by Carrey Mulligan), this is an unusual, enticing mystery that falls short of greatness through its frustrating vagueness and lack of dramatic urgency.

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