Agency and Imagination in the Films of David Lynch, Blue Velvet, Candace R. Craig, David Lynch, Eraserhead, Film Noir, Inland Empire, James D. Reid, Lost Highway, Mulholland Drive, Neo-Noir, Philosophy, The Straight Story, Twin Peaks, Wild at Heart
A beautiful, dark-haired woman flees from a car wreck and wakes up in a stranger’s apartment, suffering from amnesia. When asked her name, she looks at an old movie poster on the wall, and focuses on its star: “Rita.” This pivotal moment from Mulholland Dr. (2001) adorns the cover of a new book about director David Lynch, as it was that film which sparked the interest of its two authors. Continue reading
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