I really loved this movie, it keeps emotionally invested. And I loved the final idea, that actually there's no real certainty that our life has any more sense and purpose than of the clones. So make youself useful. That's the vibe I got from it and it's not that depressinb if you ask me. Motivating actually.
the saddest movie i have ever seen . so much feeling
This film actually made me not only upset but really quite angry, I don't think I'd recommend it but I'm glad I watched it.
Interesting concept. Asks a difficult question. This is done way different and much more subtly than Michael Bay's The Island. Some good acting makes this a decent watch.
I love the pacing and the overall mood of the film, which is very calming and well built. The story is filled with little details. The use of colors is astonishing, and the children are amazing actors. It definetly touched me.
i watched this movie three years ago and i will rewatch it, i remember that i said "what a beautiful movie" :') watch it, it's brilliant.
This movie will make you cry your heart out.
close to greatness,but wit to many flaws to be a true gem. i haven't read the book yet, but i will some day because the movie made me craving for more ... and better.
ok do not listen to these reviews this movie is amazing
tries really hard but never quite gets where it needs to be. Not worth watching.
The story of this film could perfectly been set in the future, yet is passed between the 70's and the 90's where science discovered a way to extend human life creating clones to donate organs. The children are raised in an outside world where they almost have no contact with real life. Three of those children, as already teenagers live a love triangle and at the same time they struggle against the idea that they will not live longer.It's depressing, sad and heartbreaking with a musical score perfect for the ambience of the film. Visually it's beautiful.Good acting by Andrew Garfield, Keira Knightley but especially from Carey Mulligan. Even when she is not talking just the look on her eyes is perfect for what the film tries to transmit.This is one of those films that leaves you depressed after watching it. It's deep. I guess the lesson to take from this film is that life is short and we have to know how to cherish every moment of it.
Super meh, but not as bad as the book.