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Theoretically, I ask Farrell, should I take this daily dose of Colin Farrell worship as a good sign or a red flag? Someone said to me that everyone in the script is looking for love. They’re just looking for partnership—so that they don’t get turned into an animal, and so they can just fulfill what they’ve been told their purpose in life is.“I think each person’s purpose in life is far transcendent of finding someone,” says Farrell.
In the age of digital dating apps, The Lobster’s satirical take on alienation, loneliness, and the ways we forge connection land sharply. If he’s kind to you, fuck—keep going.”The idea that we humans have become slaves to far too many rules, societal pressures, and unrealistic fantasies when it comes to the pursuit of love and happiness lives at the core of The Lobster, the English-language debut of Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos.“I think that’s a huge thing, if you find somebody to share your days with.” His voice softens, and his eyes widen. I think that’s one of the most beautiful potentials that we have as human beings, and as individuals in this shared experience.”It takes escaping the entrenched institution to which he’s been committed for Farrell’s David to find himself among the Loners—individuals who have shirked the dominant lifestyle for the freedom of existing as they please in the wilds of the forest, where relationships are strictly prohibited. Here, couples live in a city where police monitor relationship statuses and society forces single persons to check into a prison-like resort hotel to find a mate. In it, Lanthimos creates a dystopian doppelganger of our world in which partnership is prized above individuality.