in which two characters, initially drawn together by the same physical defect, are trying to find new shared ground. As their incompatibilities accumulate, the recognition sets in that maybe it is not enough for them just to “like” each other.” chief Yorgos Lanthimos, the film amplifies Western social pressures to find a mate by imagining a society in which being single is against the law.One of them has recently lost the condition that has made them seem compatible, and her partner attempts, through trial and error, to figure out what else they might have in common: Can she play the piano? Those unfortunate enough to not be in a committed relationship are sent to a bourgeois seaside retreat where they have just over a month to find a partner among the other prisoners.
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