... you can learn from:
The Lobster (2015)
Hotel Manager: Now the fact that you will turn into an animal if you fail to fall in love with someone during your stay here is not something that should upset you or get you down. Just think, as an animal you'll have a second chance to find a companion. But, even then, you must be careful; you need to choose a companion that is a similar type of animal to you. A wolf and a penguin could never live together, nor could a camel and a hippopotamus. That would be absurd.
The way that last line is delivered is one of my favorite line deliveries of... well let's just go ahead and jump out on a limb and say "ever" and we'll revisit that assertion in the future; I have a feeling I'm on the money, though. Anyway today is the 44th birthday of the actress Olivia Colman, who has really had quite the killer couple of years - where did she come from, you guys? I mean I am looking through her IMDb credits and I see she was in Edgar Wright's Hot Fuzz in 2007...
... but before The Lobster her credits are pretty obscure to these American eyes - looks like she did tons of British TV but I'm not familiar with much of what I'm seeing. So any guesses - besides all of her obvious talent, of course - how it all came together for her? Anyway we're delighted to have her.