Saturday, 21 November 2009

[268] Lynch (one) DVD Review

A couple of DVD reviews I wrote for Screenjabber have finally been put online. Here is the first, a piece on a documentary about David Lynch, and the creative processes behind Inland Empire. I wrote this back in June.

David Lynch's films are often inscrutable, inspired and indulgent in nature. However, the work seems at odds with the unassuming demeanour of the director himself, who stands by his self-written, cheeky biography of 'Filmmaker. Born Missoula, MT. Eagle Scout.' Lynch (One) is an impressionistic, artful sort of documentary, directed by an anonymous band of filmmakers under the moniker blackANDwhite, which attempts to get to grips with the artist and his work.

Read the full article here.

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