Wednesday, March 30

Never Let Me Go Drama Review

Hoshina Kyoko, Doi Tomohiko and Sakai Miwa have been leading ordinary lives working as adults. Raised at Yoko Gakuen which was isolated from the world and located on the mountain, the three of them enjoyed child-like lives and education and were supposed to be normal children. One day, they were told by their principal Kamikawa Emiko that they are special children who have been given a “mission” from birth and were informed of their “true destiny”. The three are actual clones and they were produced for eventual organ harvesting. 

Finished watching Never Let Me Go Watashi wo Hanasanaide. If you not already know, this is based on the novel "Never Let Me Go" by Kazuo Ishiguro.

Personally, I feel that the story is refreshing and classic on its own. Though the introductory may appear brief, it was nicely crafted with a suspenseful plot. Honestly, I was expecting more could be delivered from its already good story-line.

If such clone really exist, it is difficult for them to accept who they are and survive like humans. Especially, when they are created for organ harvesting. There are many touching moments and learning points to grasp. 

I have to say that it is a slow-paced film. You either enjoy or dislike it. 

Ratings: 3.3 / 5