A trio of seemingly idyllic posters from Never Let Me Go

When I came across these three new posters from Mark Romanek's (ONE HOUR PHOTO) NEVER LET ME GO, I finally decided to go back and watch the trailer which I've missed so far. It tells the tale of three youth who grow up together at a "seemingly idyllic boarding school" who start to fall for each other.

Annnd it looks good, but I think I've deduced a lot about the film's mystery purely based on clues from the trailer. I have not read the book, so this is pure speculation which I do not count as "spoilers."

- The school is isolated and no one is allowed to leave under penalty of violence

- They children are tracked using some sort electronic tech

- They are not to live for any other purpose than the one they are given

- They are require to make "donations" periodically throughout their lives

- They are not expected to live very long

- They are referred to as "poor creatures"

Soooo, this is THE ISLAND in the English countryside? They have to all be clones or specifically bred-for-organs humans right? I just think they might have hinted at too much of the answer in the trailer, but perhaps I'm off track completely, or this isn't even supposed to be a mystery. If anyone has read the book, feel free to shut the hell up because I don't want to know if I'm right or not.

Oh yeah, here are the posters with clone love triangle Keira Knightley, Andrew "Spider-man" Garfield and Carey Mulligan. Click through each for hi-res at the Pimpin' Poster Palace.

Extra Tidbit: I, for one, actually kind of liked THE ISLAND, absurd amounts of product placement aside.
Source: Fox Searchlight



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