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Never Let Me Go (2010)
I started watching this movie with very little knowledge of what I was going to come across; apart from the few lines in the movie description. From the very beginning this movie managed to grab my attention thanks to its excellent direction and scoring. When the actual story began unfolding, I was literally spell-bounded.
Its not very often that we come across such a tragic and evoking story matched by a strong acting performance. I never managed to like Keira Knightley but the movie served its little purpose very well as I unconsciously hated Keira's Ruth character and have actually developed a lot more appreciation of her acting ability. Above all though, it was the story that really made the movie for me.
Like once said before, I wasn't informed of the movie's story. So when I confronted it, I was shocked! I was touched! And I was taken to that special blank space of mind where there lives only the movie and its spectator. The story was not sudden, too swift, or over-ambitious. The fact that the original writer of this movie is half Japanese is clearly Visible in the way this movie was so delicate and humble. I hope anyone who has a chance of watching this movie actually do so. Once in a while, its great to absorb a shock as big as this movie has in store for its viewers.