Anyway, last Friday night I was in full control of all my personal exits, so I took myself to London's ICA for the sixth in Sky Movies' Blog Of The Year (ouch) Ultra Culture's now almost mythical screenings of very good films: Submarine.
Host Charlie Lyne wearing some kind of jumper thing.
The two people in the middle observing the "high jinks" with confusion and fear are the stars of Submarine, Yasmin Paige and Craig Roberts. They obviously need to go to more Ultra Culture Cinema nights.
This man was made to wear a lot of feather boas in order to woo a complete stranger as part of the "shenanigans".
A film is starting somewhere on the other side of Robbie Collin.
Apart from all this there was the customary introductory video in which innocent tourists are made to display a staggering lack of knowledge about something peculiarly British (this episode's topic: Wales), lots of free pop, sweets and biscuits and a "zine" (like a magazine but not maga) with interviews, pictures, important phone numbers and a highly meta introduction from Submarine's protagonist Oliver Tate:
It makes more sense when you've seen the film.
More on Submarine nearer its official release date of March 18th (spoiler: It's brilliant).