English Literature GCSE: Never Let Me Go - Themes
Key themes of nostalgia, friendship and identity in Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro are explored via a dramatised police case conference.
The police officers attach key moments and quotations from the text to their evidence wall to support their explorations of how these themes are highlighted through the novel.
This is from the series: LIT P.D
Students could use this clip as part of their study of the novel or as part of their revision work.
The ideas in the film could be used as part of initial work on an exploration of the themes, using the quotations and ideas as stimulus for their own presentation on one of the themes explored.
This clip is suitable for teaching English Literature at GCSE in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and National 5 and Higher in Scotland.