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The back of the region 4 DVD has a "Welcome to the universe of David Lynch" sign. It states: - 1. Don't look for it, there is no exit... - 2. Forget it, there is no way out... - 3. Forget it, it's a deadlock... See more »
Call Me. Dial your number. Go ahead.
[Fred dials the number and the Mystery Man answers]
[over the phone]
I told you I was here.
How'd you do that?
[Fred's facial expression turns from amused to serious as he's clearly rembering the anonymous video tapes]
[angrily into the phone]
How did you get inside my house?
You invited me. It is not my custom to go where I am not wanted.
[into the phone]
Who are you?
[Both Mystery Men laugh mechanically]
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I started this film upon renting it one night at 11:00 PM. I finished at about 1 in the morning. I was so stunned and awestruck that I stayed up until 3 in the morning to watch it again. This is one of the most spell-binding movies I have ever seen. Each time I see it my theory of the plot thickens. What I love about the movie is that it leaves you with the option to fill in the blanks. You will keep asking what happened and why that happened, but that is what makes the movie so awesome. David Lynch's skewed opinion of reality is very inspiring and I feel that my reality has changed ever since I watched it. Having watched it 13 times I can pretty safely say that my theory of the plot is set, but I still love to ponder exactly why.
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