Never Let Me Go is easily one of the best movie releases of 2010, adapted from the latest book by Kazuo Ishiguro, also known for his novel the Remains of the Day (1989; 1993). Because I can kill with bare hands people who spoil movies and give away books' endings, suffice to say that it's a beautiful sci-fi story with themes relevant for this topic as well. Although, it is beyond me how a movie with such narrative layering gets to be promoted with a trailer this flat and awful. As much as it seems to be some salute to old-school trailers (over 2 minutes of bold revealations about the story line and introduction of characters, perhaps a sign of the director's confidence in the total affect of the final work), it quite literally hurts the story, presenting it in linear fashion and with campy sentiment. Just skip the trailer and watch Never Let Me Go. Subtle and strong.