The radical movie directors life story is less interesting than his oeuvre may recommend
yo n this documentary about the radical director of Eraserhead, Blue Velvet y Mulholland Drive, to name a few, the directors paint a picture of David Lynch developed on his background in visual art. Lynchs story is informed totally in his own words, a voiceover comprised of interviews along with video of him in his workshop, like a small figurine of a joker with a disembodied head that he moulds and paints himself. He mentions the big worlds in these 2 blocks that he matured on and the very first time he owned an automobile stoned, mesmerised by the highways white lines. Fans will make connections with Lynchs individual anecdotes and the images they understand from his movies, however viewing the artist discuss his work is never ever as fascinating as the art itself.