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Review of film: "The David Lynch Collection"

By Nick Prescott


David Lynch, for over thirty years now, has created a body of film work that has earned him a remarkable and idiosyncratic position in the landscape of world cinema. From his ultra-low-budget Art School beginnings with abstract short films and highly unusual paintings, through his debut feature Eraserhead (1977) to his most recent feature Inland Empire (a shot-on-video fever dream of a film whose very narrative is so difficult to describe that I won’t even try) Lynch has made films that fit into one singular and extraordinary genre: that of the David Lynch film

Topics: Radio, ABC, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Review, Film, Movie, Nick Prescott
Year: 2008
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