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New Clips for Carey Mulligan's 'Never Let Me Go' See the Past and Future

September 9, 2010 (9:32 am) GMT
Little Ruth, Tommy and Kathy are seen in Hailsham hall in one clip, before two of them who have become adults visit their madame.

Less than a week from its limited release, "" teases audience by releasing two new clips. The first clip which is debuted by HitFix shows a scene set at Hailsham where three main characters of the film spend their childhood. The next one which is an exclusive courtesy of Los Angeles Times sees two of them, who have grown up, visiting their former teacher.

Scripted by Alex Garland, the film tells the story of three close friends, Ruth, Tommy and Kathy, who were raised in seemingly idyllic English boarding school where they got all they needed. As they grow up, they find that they have to come to terms with the strength of the love they feel for each other. In the meantime, they discover a bitter reality that they are actually clones grown for the sole purpose of organ donation.

Mark Romanek directs this drama which is based on a novel of the same title written by Kazuo Ishiguro. "Never Let Me Go" has recently been premiered at Telluride Film Festival and got positive reviews. It later will be screened at upcoming Toronto International Film Festival and gracing selected U.S. theaters on September 15.

, and star as the three best friends.

'Never Let Me Go' clip 'Hailsham':


'Never Let Me Go' clip 'Madame':


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