Don Shanahan of “Every Movie Has a Lesson” reviews “The Lobster”


With intentionally languid brushstrokes, “The Lobster,” from Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos in his English language debut, creates a challenging moral setting that twists the realities and consequences of two human conundrums and fears: What happens when you are single and what happens when you die.  His muse at the center is Colin Farrell in arguably the most understated performance of his career.  With more talent and a high concept at play, “The Lobster” is missing the charm to tie it all together.

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