Take a Ride through the Surreal Cinematic Worlds of David Lynch
Few filmmakers have enchanted viewers with one-of-a-kind cinematic worlds like David Lynch.
From the post apocalyptic surrealism of Eraserhead and the deceptive beauty of Blue Velvet to the nightmarish fever dreams of Mulholland Drive and Inland Empire, there's little cinematic ground that the visionary director hasn't explored in some way or another. In a well-edited montage from IndieWire's Press Play, we get the pleasure of seeing Lynch's work (with the exception of Dune) in a unique context that codifies many of the themes that the director returned to time and time again.
So sit back, relax - maybe with a slice of cherry pie and a damn fine cup of coffee - and enjoy this tribute to one of the most delightfully enigmatic filmmakers the world has ever seen. Also, if you haven't managed to watch Twin Peaks yet, there's a major spoiler ahead.
What are your favorite David Lynch films and the specific moments from those films that stood out to you?