Me and my friend had the most amazing luck and were given movie tickets to a screening of Under The Skin at the BFI Film Festival in Leicester Square. There was quite the gathering around the red carpet, hopeful to catch a glimpse of the star of the movie, Scarlett Johansson. Instead they were treated to a wonderful casual stroll over the red carpet into the cinema by us. Other than that it was just going to any old cinema as usual.

When everyone was settled and 15 minutes late, the director, Jonathan Glazer, and producer, James Wilson, walked up on stage and gave a brief introduction of themselves. They then apologised on behalf of Scarlett Johansson that she couldn't be here to attend the premiere since she was filming in China. We were that close to seeing her in person.

Then we sat and watched Scarlett Johansonn seducing Scottish men into her van. Let me be as vague as the movie was trying to be and describe the movie as ambiguous. Also, there was a lot of skin on show from Johansonn which was a positive. I was more fascinated with the production of the movie. At the end, the director and producer came back up on stage and surprised everyone that a lot of the movie was actually recorded by hidden cameras with real scots picked up by Scarlett in her white van. To think that I could have been one of those lucky men...

Under The Skin will be released in UK cinemas sometime early 2014.