And, having watched it, I returned to the bulletin board with...
I found it carefully crafted...More broadly than just this movie, I really don't like art works whose "explanation" is the best anyone can bestow. Isn't art first and foremost about falling in love? And when was the last time anyone came up with a credible explanation of love?
But I dislike artful creations about which the first and perhaps most heart-felt words out of an onlooker's mouth might be, "I can explain that."
"The Lobster" was as cuddly as "Ulysses" or some see-the-symbolism existential puzzler. If I want that, I can buy a box of Legos.
But then, of course, taste is just taste.