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Beautiful Poster Triptych for Mark Romanek's Never Let Me Go

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August 24, 2010
Source: Official Website

Never Let Me Go

Damn, these look incredible. Our friends at IMPAwards found an absolutely gorgeous triptych of posters on the official website for Mark Romanek's latest indie drama Never Let Me Go starring Andrew Garfield (soon to be Spider-Man), Carey Mulligan (who deserves many Oscars) and Keira Knightley (who looks surprisingly good in this). I already gushed over the official poster, but this series just knocks me flat out it's so damn beautiful. I love all the light touches and mood that Fox Searchlight has set up, I really can't wait to see this, I've got a feeling it will be one of 2010's gems. Stay tuned for early reviews from upcoming festivals.

Click on any of the smaller posters below to download them in full-size via Fox Searchlight's official website.

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If you haven't seen it yet, I highly suggest watching the official trailer, as this looks like it will be wonderful.

As children, Ruth, Kathy & Tommy, spend their childhood at a seemingly idyllic boarding school. As they grow into adults, they find they have to come to terms with the strength of the love they feel for each other.

Never Let Me Go is directed by Chicago-born filmmaker Mark Romanek, of only One Hour Photo previously, but he's also directed numerous music videos. The script was written by British writer Alex Garland, who is Danny Boyle's writer, known for The Beach, 28 Days Later and Sunshine. This is based on Kazuo Ishiguro's novel of the same name. Fox Searchlight is bringing Never Let Me Go to theaters starting September 15th.

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Reader Feedback - 10 Comments

1

super cool!

MonsterKilledThePilot on Aug 24, 2010

2

YES! This movie looks amazing.

Alice on Aug 24, 2010

3

Muligan deserves many oscars, some five already, right. It's just weird how esteemed and at the same time insignificant can that award get.

Bo on Aug 24, 2010

4

I am sick of these character posters which split up the text over posters. You never see them anywhere cause cinemas just don't have room for them and you can't just put 1 up.

Ben on Aug 25, 2010

5

Crap! could it really be a movie poster without helvetica or trajan pro as the typeface?

Kyle on Aug 25, 2010

6

Carey Mulligan deserves many Oscars??? Besides An Education, what are these other Oscars she deserved???

Anonymous on Aug 25, 2010

7

Very cool. Some overlap would be nice, though.

Joseph on Aug 25, 2010

8

Beautiful? Umm no sorry, They could have done a lot better.

M on Aug 25, 2010

9

#5 - I love the typeface, looks perfect for this! Good fonts are misused all the time, but these look great. #6 - Um, dang you're right... Hopefully Never Let Me Go? Will tell you in a few weeks. 🙂 #8 - Then prove it, do it yourself, make them "a lot better." Subjective criticism, I get it, but I love these and I'm happy with the way they are.

Alex Billington on Aug 26, 2010

10

The three photographs are not consistent in focus. Not sure that was intentional (the "go" could then be more blurred but why the never should not imho)

Yves on Nov 13, 2010

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