It’s hard to explain Never Let Me Go. It’s set in an alternative world to 20th century Britain; the main differences of which become the crux of the plot and the heart of the story. Therefore it would be necessary to reveal these differences to you to give this review some context. But the problem is that these differences are kept from you at the beginning and one of the great pleasures to be had from this film are discovering them throughout. Taking in the little drips of information and using your own mind to piece them together, creating context for the characters behaviour, building the world around them inside your own head.