Julia Mogen, Co-Arts & Culture editor
June 1, 2016
The idea behind “The Lobster” must have reached director Yorgos Lanthimos in a fever dream. With as much sex as there is violence, the explicit Sundance film explores a future world with a government who turns people into animals if they can’t find a spouse. Thankfully, with it’s humorous absurdity ... READ MORE »»
Thanks to director Yorgos Lanthimos’s dexterous grasp of cinematography and characterization, the meaning behind “The Lobster’s” freakish plot setting is never lost. While the drama is a little excess in length and blood, it’s modern, but unpredictable feel sets it apart from other apocalyptic films.
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