A filmografia de David Lynch em menos de 140 caracteres, por David Lynch
No final do ano passado, David Lynch deu uma entrevista ao Guardian através do Twitter e, no meio do papo, foi desafiado a resumir seus filmes na quantidade máxima de caracteres permitidos pela rede social do passarinho. Mestre da autopromoção, o melhor topete da história do cinema, esmerilhou:
I told Laura Dern during Wild at Heart that I wanted to make a 3-hour DV tribute to her face, but she thought I was joking 🙂
Began as documentary about bum behind LA diner carrying odd box. He was gone the next day, so I guessed how it would’ve turned out.
The Straight Story:
An old man makes a long journey by tractor to mend his relationship with an ill brother.
The key to the entire film is during the scene where Bill Pullman wails on the sax. That’s f*cking crazy man! LOL!
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me:
About America’s dependence on TV and benefits of meditation. Thought this was obvious in the scene with Bowie.
Wild at Heart:
For some reason I think about Nicolas Cage every time I watch The Wizard of Oz. He won’t leave my head! This film was therapeutic.
Kyle MacLachlan = me, Dennis Hopper = The Producers of Dune who wouldn’t give me final cut. It is a film about good and evil.
Actually this was a very explicit summary of my thoughts on God, the human condition and the meaning of life. But that cut wasn’t released.
The Elephant Man:
A metaphor for inhumanity of ivory trade. Thought the title made this clear?
People think this film is oppressive, but I say that it is the most spiritual movie I’ve made, and I’m going to tell you why. It’s because w
Gênio, gênio. Seu cinema é quase um detalhe.