Based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, Let Me Go is a strange, slightly unreal story set in a dystopian Britian. However, seeing as it stars Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan, it is also a sure-fire box office smash. The team released their first trailer today, giving us a peek into the dark, unbalanced and slightly unnerving world of Ishiguro and director Mark Nomanek (of One Hour Photo).
It’s always nice to stay ahead of the curve, if only so you can feel unnecessarily smug in front of friends and loved ones. With this in mind Best For Film brings you what you need to know about next week’s film releases. Have a read, plan your week accordingly, and practice that lovely self-satisfied smile we all love you for…
Colin Firth’s performance – though well deserving of the hype – is just one of the many pleasures of fashion doyen Tom Ford’s directorial debut, based on the novel by Christopher Isherwood. Adapted for the screen by Ford and David Scearce, A Single Man is a haunting drama about a fifty-something scholar, who secretly says farewell to the people he loves as he contemplates suicide.
Can the infamous lead character of the J.D Salinger novel The Catcher In The Rye; Holden Caulfield, really translate onto the big screen? That’s the debate raging around the Salinger estate, following the recent death of the author.
Based on the novel of the same name, The Time Traveler’s Wife explores a sometime traditional love story in a very untraditional way. It centes on the lives of two people ‘fated’ to be together, but one is plagued by a (very) rare disease; that he randomly jumps through time, so that their relationship is fundamentally fragmented, heartbreaking and frankly, very, very confusing.