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David Lynch: Don't Look at Me (1989)

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A documentary about American director David Lynch.


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A documentary about American director David Lynch.

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Well, I don't talk about those things...
15 November 2001 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

I saw this on T.V. a few years ago, and recently found my very own copy. Shot sometime in the late '80's right before 'Twin Peaks' came out, this rather fascinating documentary shows the legendary director/artist/composer relaxing at his home, carving small statues out of clay, and refusing to discuss meaning or any of the particular details in his films. That's one thing you learn about Mr. Lynch here, he won't tell you what his films mean, he'd rather hear what you think.

There are clips from the director's three greatest films, 'Blue Velvet', 'The Elephant Man' and of course, 'Eraserhead'. Fans will be thrilled when Lynch grabs Jack Nance and drives to the famous tunnel where Henry starts his warped journey in 'Eraserhead'. An in-depth look at one of the greatest and most thought-provoking directors of all time.

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