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Great Movie
24 June 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a great Movie. Lynch does a great job of creating an aura that follows you through the film. The entire time you are feeling the characters through the telling of the story and feeling a part of the film. The cinematography is the telling of the story and drives the story throughout rather than dialog. In some respects like action in an action film drives the story here is told by camera. You are lead through the tale and left to understand it by what you visually see and piecing it together to build a story in your mind from that. A truly unique way of telling a story. One of Lynch's best works in a style that is all his own.

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