One day, as he was playing golf, he thought that it is more difficult to pretend that you do have feelings when you don't than to pretend you don't have feelings when you do.
A very harsh perspective of society's stance on relationships and marriage. I did like The Lobster, it was very unique concept with quite relevant social commentary. The way the first half is executed was marvelous to watch, more films should be encouraged to take risks and create something special like it.
However, certain aspects did feel static and became repetitive, which may as well be part of the important message being sent, but as a viewer it had me actively trying to stay intrigued. I was very keen to stay intrigued due to the compelling premise though, but the rapid plot shifts did almost have me lost.