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The Lobster

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In naher Zukunft wird das Single-Dasein nicht mehr gern gesehen. Aus diesem Grund werden alle alleinstehenden Menschen in ein Hotel gesperrt. Dort haben sie 45 Tage Zeit, um sich zu Verlieben und einen Lebensgefährten zu finden. Dies ist die. The Lobster ist ein Spielfilm des griechischen Regisseurs Giorgos Lanthimos aus dem Jahre Der Film spielt in einer Dystopie, in der Singles 45 Tage Zeit. sme2eu.eu - Kaufen Sie The Lobster - Eine unkonventionelle Liebesgeschichte günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden. Bei The Lobster führt uns diese in eine Gesellschaft, in der der Beziehungsfaschismus regiert. David (Colin Farrell) wurde gerade von seiner Frau verlassen. Das. Liebe tut weh, aber was wäre die Alternative? Diese Frage stellt der radikale Film des Regisseurs Yorgos Lanthimos, der in Deutschland nur. Warum? Das erfährt man erst viel später. Lange gibt dieser bizarre Prolog von Yorgos Lanthimos' Cannes-Wettbewerbsbeitrag „The Lobster“ Rätsel auf, denn der. The Lobster. IRL/GB/GR/F/NL Großer Preis der Jury, Cannes Beißende Vision einer Zukunft, in der nur noch ein Leben als Paar erlaubt ist.

The Lobster

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David Colin Farrell is the newest guest at the Hotel, a place for singles to find their true love. He has 40 days to fall in love with a compatible mate or else he will be transformed into an animal of his choice hence the title, David's choice.

The people at the hotel are all in competition to find their mate. Outside the confines of the hotel, in the woods, are dreaded single people, those who ignored the rules of society.

They are to be feared and hotel guests are rewarded for capturing wild singles on weekly hunting trips. One way or another, David is going to have to decide his place in society as a person or animal.

The Lobster is daringly different, wildly imaginative, and drops you into the middle of its cracked, alternative landscape and expects you to pick things up as you go.

This is a world that opens with a distraught woman driving a long distance just so she can shoot a donkey in the head.

Who is this woman? Why would she purposely murder this animal? Why is she so emotionally invested? And with that jarring act of peculiar violence, we're off.

We're never told how this world came to be, it just simply is. There isn't any extensive exposition save for one initial sit down David has with hotel management to determine what animal he'd like to turn into at the end of his stay if unsuccessful in love.

There's a genuine sense of authenticity to this deeply weird place and the characters all play it with straight-laced absurdity, which makes the satire land even harder.

It sells even the most bizarre aspects, like the ongoing visual incongruity of wild animals just trotting around the background.

You can sit back and think, "I wonder what that peacock's story was, or that donkey, etc. I loved discovering new little wrinkles and rules to Lanthimos' world that made perfect sense within its parameters.

In a world where coupling is the only goal, of course masturbation would be a punishable crime. I enjoyed that there are other means guests have to stay at the hotel, chief among them hunting down the loners in the woods, which allow the more awkward or anti-social guests added time at the expense of others.

Even in a world this bizarre, there are people who are making their own way, including the revolutionaries in the woods more on them later.

The movie is exceedingly funny and so matter-of-fact about its peculiarities to make it even funnier. The movie straddles the line between skewed ironic romance and cynicism, so I'm not surprised it's rubbed people the wrong way.

It's certainly written from the point of view of someone who is single and those currently in that category will likely relate the most to the film's strident social commentary.

The pressures can seem absurd in their own regard, and the film has a clever concoction where the "happy couples" are merely two people who share a superficial physical trait.

These two people are near-sighted. These two people get nosebleeds. These two people have a limp. It's not exactly subtle but the satiric effect is still effective.

The hotel manager says, to a newly cemented couple, "If you encounter any problems you cannot resolve yourselves, you will be assigned children, that usually helps.

She is ignored and often threatens to kill herself, and then one day she does it by jumping out a hotel window, but she's not successful.

It's one more dark, awful ironic point of suffering for this woman, and she screams in agony while others ignore her, including a clearly affected David, still trying to play indifferent to win over the hard-hearted woman he sees as his best way out of the hotel.

It's a hard moment to process but one that made me admire the film even more for the cold courage of its convictions.

Supplementing the dark satire is an off-kilter romance that emerges halfway through the film once David escapes the hotel. It's here that the movie shows glimmers of hope for the hopeless as David and this woman are drawn to one another.

They're in a world of outcasts but the rules of those in the forest do not allow coupling. They reject the expectations of the ruling order, and so they must remain resolutely single.

They build up their own secret non-verbal language to communicate their feelings, much like a couple builds its own personal shorthand and inside jokes.

The loners are only to listen to music individually and dance the same, but David and the Short-Sighted Woman synch their CD players to listen to the same track, to simulate like they are sharing a dance together even if not in proximity.

It's here where The Lobster becomes a beguiling and surprising love story and one where the heartless may grow a heart, watching two odd people find one another in such an odd world.

However, Lanthimos does not let this emergence of romance blunt his message. The loner leader Lea Seydoux suspects coupling in her group and goes to some pretty drastic lengths to test the fortitude of feelings between David and his secret girlfriend.

It's like getting cold water dumped on the runaway spell of optimism. The fitting ending is left in ambiguity for the audience to determine whether they were meant to be after all.

It's also in the second half of The Lobster that the movie loses some of its grandeur and momentum. We're introduced to a new primary setting with new rules to adapt to and a new order to follow, and there's a general interest to discovering another competing area of this landscape with a diametrically opposed social order.

They punish people by mutilating parts that come into affectionate contact with another person. We see a couple with bandages around their red, swollen mouths, and then the reference of the "red intercourse" makes your imagination fill in the horrific blanks.

David has left one regime dictating his life to another regime dictating his life, but they just aren't as interesting. It feels like the film is starting to repeat itself.

I would say the second half world building isn't as compelling as the first but that's why the romance emerges, something for the audience to root for.

Now that he's finally found someone he connects with they're not allowed to be together. There's never a shortage of irony in a Lanthimos movie.

The actors are perfectly in synch with the strange rhythms of this world, and Farrell Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Weisz The Light Between Oceans deserve special attention for their committed performances.

Farrell gained 40 pounds for the role, which seems to have translated right into his stint on season two of HBO's True Detective.

He's a schlubby guy that's still mourning the deterioration of his marriage and larger society is insisting he get over it.

He has only 40 days to recover or he'll be plucked from the ranks of humanity. There's great sadness tinged in his nonchalant responses to the absurd realities of this world, and Farrell keeps finding ways to make you laugh and wince.

Weisz is our placid voice into the strange new world and it helps establish a sense of grounding as well as connection to her character when she eventually emerges.

She injects a palpable sense of yearning to her character, especially once David is in reach and they begin their relationship.

It's got the cute romantic comedy staples but on its own terms, and seeing Weisz smile warmly is a pleasure in a morbid movie. The Lobster is a romance for our age and an indictment of the romance of our age, an era where the swipe of a finger on an app is the arbitrator of contemporary dating.

It's a satire on our fixation of coupledom and being in relationships even when they're not sensible. It's a cracked fairy tale that punctuates the romantic love we've watched distilled to an essence in Hollywood movies.

It's a surreal and dark movie that manages to become emotionally moving and poignant, leaving on a note of uncertainty enough for different factions in the audience to interpret as either hopeful or hopeless.

The Lobster is a unique movie with a singular artistic voice that dominates every shape of the narrative, the characters, and the boundaries of this fantastic alternative world.

I imagine my depth of feeling for the movie will only grow the more I watch it. This isn't an overwhelmingly dark or unpleasant movie without the presence of some light.

It's not an overly off-putting movie without an accessibility for a curious audience, whether those people are single or in happy relationships.

The movie is inventive, transporting, but still relatable, rooting the nexus of its weirdness on the same awkwardness and anxiety everyone feels with the prospects of prolonged romantic courtship.

If was a year that celebrated the oddities of cinema getting their due, then The Lobster is a captivating and unusual creation deserving of its spotlight and surefire future cult status amidst lovers of the weird.

Nate's Grade: A. Nate Z Super Reviewer. Dec 21, Breathtakingly avid in its efforts to both bemuse and entertain, Greek absurdist Yorgos Lanthimos' latest effort The Lobster is an amazing film.

It boasts brilliant performances from Colin Farrell and Rachel Weisz as well as committed acting from supporting cast John C.

Reilly, Ashley Jensen and particularly Olivia Colman as the delightfully villainous and straight-forward hotel manager. The Lobster is fascinating in its themes of loneliness, social isolation and the civilian pressures of fanatic, serial dating.

Lanthimos' bleak perspective - both real and surreal - is evident once again throughout, with long winding white corridors and mostly completely central scenes, almost like everything is filmed in a box, even scenes in the forest.

There's an awkward and subtle claustrophobia all the way through, seen before in Lanthimos' film Dogtooth. Definitely worth a watch.

Harry W Super Reviewer. Sep 22, Imaginative and strange. A dissociating study into human relationships, and the peculiar societal pressures we create around a basic building block of society.

The Lobster is a film set in an alternate world where the consequences of not achieving socially accepted relationship status can be dire.

The film is very strange, and may not appeal to everyone for that reason. The performances are generally well done, Colin Ferrell does a solid job as the lead.

Rachel Weisz is also believable and sympathetic. Angeliki Papoulia does an excellent job as the "heartless woman". The film is a study about the incredibly silly ways we classify and interact with one another socially.

The delivery is well over the top, but it is delivered against a somber serious background that keeps the message of the film on track.

The fantasy world never fully swallows the grounded message of the film. Everyone in the story is often referred to by reference to shallow physical traits or minor social quirks.

These identifiers become the only permissible basis for embarking on a relationship with someone else. This insanity regarding the regimented senseless way relationships are constructed is presented nicely against the equally absurd "singles" camp.

In the quest to maintain the purity of singleness, the outcasts, who do not choose mates, end up in an equally insane loneliness.

The singles adhere to an oppressive set of rituals designed to ensure no one interacts or partners up. Ironically both the singles and the couples bizarre series of rituals and rules rob them both of any authentic notion of person-hood.

There is no virtue in either extreme of existence. Being alone or being together is an imperfect existence. Neither state can adhere to any ideal vision, despite a repressive social structure that tries to make them ideal.

We get a fascinating window into how our own society's obsession with ideal relationships or existence robs anyone of anything real.

Shane S Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. David: I've got good news. I've had a great idea. Short Sighted Woman: What kind of idea?

Lisping Man: I raise my left foot. I bring my elbow to my knee and tap it twice, I bring my foot to my knee and tap it three times.

I lie face down, I kneel down. I touch my left cheek and then lie face up. Short Sighted Woman: Are you sure you're prepared to do that.

Hotel Manager: Tomorrow, they'll be transferred to a double room, with a larger wardrobe and a larger bathroom.

They will remain in the double room for two weeks, then they'll be transferred to the yachts for a further two weeks.

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Rate This. In a dystopian near future, single people, according to the laws of The City, are taken to The Hotel, where they are obliged to find a romantic partner in forty-five days or are transformed into beasts and sent off into The Woods.

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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Nominated for 1 Oscar. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Jacqueline Abrahams Donkey Shooter Roger Ashton-Griffiths Doctor Jessica Barden Nosebleed Woman Olivia Colman Hotel Manager Anthony Dougall Guard Waiter Colin Farrell David Roland Ferrandi Loner Leader's Father James Finnegan Bald Man Robert Heaney Restaurant Waiter Rosanna Hoult David's Wife Jaro Bob the Dog Ryac Bob the Dog Ashley Jensen Biscuit Woman Kathy Kelly Edit Storyline A love story set in a dystopian near future where single people are arrested and transferred to a creepy hotel.

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