Film: Never Let Me Go


Scene from Never Let Me Go

Scene from Never Let Me Go

Never Let Me Go, perhaps inadvertently, is one of the most Catholic films I’ve watched in a long time. To explain this without giving too much away: its emphasis, both in the dystopia it creates and in its emotive force, is at the furthest reach possible from a utilitarian view of human life. It is a mature film made in worrying times, and Catholic viewers will find deep resonances in its narrative.  

To read Nathan Koblintz's review on Thinking Faith, see: www.thinkingfaith.org/articles/FILM_20101015_2.htm

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