My thoughts are the same -this should be more popular than the Social network for example.Realistic movie- about real people and real issues never mind the sci-fi element.This movie speaks to every person who loved and lost
Release date: Sep 15, 2010
Directed by: Mark Romanek
This film is likely to have slipped under many radars over the past year and that's certainly unjust. It's definitely one of the most beautifully shot films I've seen for a long long time and the cast do an impeccable job of resonating the intricacies and meanings of life and love. Get on the case.
If "brutally sad" and "melancholy" aren't words that put you off, watch this immediately. Directed by an American, but feels more British, not only in terms of the cast, but also the overall tone. Darker than 99.9% of American films dare to be. Hauntingly beautiful "sci-fi lite" film set in an alternate reality in which some people are raised for the sole purpose of being future organ donors.
Based on the highly acclaimed novel by Kazuo Ishiguro (The Remains of the Day). This melancholic movie delves deeper into what makes life worth living. Relevant themes are love, betrayal, death, loss & hope.
This movie illustrates that we as human beings are all in the same boat with the same destiny and that we better make the most of every opportunity that arises on board.