The Lobster is a perfect example of the kind of film we'd like to champion: it's unexpected and dystopic and strange, and so it bears the veneer of an "artsy-fartsy" film that's not for everyone. But that's hogwash! If *only* more movies had such a strong and complex point of view about one of the bedrock assumptions that underpins most of our lives! There's nothing abstract or difficult to understand in The Lobster. It's just different, and different is great. We bring on a brilliant writer, Eileen G'Sell, to talk about what may be 2016's best film.
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