Book and Movie: Never Let Me Go

Two pieces on NPR about Never Let Me Go

In A Dystopian Britain, Teens Grope Toward A Future
Three friends grow up in an isolated boarding school where they discover the disturbing purpose of their lives. They must grapple with young love while seeking a way to create their own future. Well adapted from a novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, the film makes a strange premise feel very real.

Onscreen, Ishiguro's Sci-Fi Novel Is No Mere Clone
The author of the widely acclaimed novel Never Let Me Go and director Mark Romanek join Melissa Block for a conversation about where spoilers end and the real story begins -- and other intrigues involved in taking the story from page to screen.

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