I wonder where he got the idea of physically humiliating a man to the extent that he lost control of his bodily functions and expelled his lunch on to floor in front of a crowd of watchers?However, this is an amazing cinematic & existential moment:
What does it take to change the essence of a man?
and Inland Empire evokes ketamine so profoundly that it blows my mind that Lynch doesn't do drugs.but Lynch / Frost, Twin Peaks: The Return is a masterpiece - some of the Black Lodge sequences made me exclaim "someone has smoked DMT!"
Ep 8 is overrated but the best episodes come after that and the intensity builds and everything comes together at the end. Its a masterpiece and even makes the original series better retrospectively. Best tv series ever.I never dug twin peaks the return, got bored with it way before the feted 8th episode, although I did fast forward and watch it alone.
I never saw anything in it that I've not seen him do elsewhere a lot better and it just seemed very indulgent to me.
But then I've never done dmt...
Everyone is talking about episode 8, I presume that was the one with the guy going "This is the water and this is the well" or whatever it was?8 is really bad. 8 is everything that is worst about lynch. its why craner says lynch is the stupidest crassest director of all time and should be mutilated.
I remember when that advert came out and I had a prophetic dream in which I won loads of money by betting on that song to be Christmas number one, so next day I went to a bookie to try and place that bet but they just laughed at me. Good job cos I don't think they even released it as a single in the end.8 is what is called 'Guinness Surrealism' which is a genre popularised by a run of Guiness adverts