Seldom has black humour been done so well. On the surface, this film about the everyday lives of some unusually mundane characters, sounds extraordinarily boring. But it is instead a cutting comment on the absurdity and drudgery of everyday life. The characters try to break out or change their lives without success, and the results are bleak and hilarious.
FOR CREATIVE INSPIRATION
Watch this Lost At E Minor video, featuring Cormack O'Connor - our Australian Contributing Editor and 17-year old creative genius with skills in everything from creating music, interviewing stars, writing and publishing, to epic photoshoots.
Take a look at the first of a three-part series featuring young Australian creative minds, thanks to our friends at Optus.