Category: david lynch

scr33ncaps: Mulholland Drive – David Lynch (20…

scr33ncaps:

Mulholland Drive – David Lynch (2001)

theartofmoviestills:

theartofmoviestills:

The Elephant Man | David Lynch | 1980

oldfilmsflicker: I love the idea that one thi…

oldfilmsflicker:

I love the idea that one thing can be different for different people. Everything’s that way…and then there are films or writings that you could read once and then ten years later read again and get way more from. You’ve changed; the work stays the same. But suddenly it’s got way more meaning for you, depending on where you are. I like things that have a kernel of something in them. They have to be abstract. The more concrete they are, the less likely that this thing will happen. The maker has to feel it and know it in a certain way and be honest to it. Every single decision passes through this one person, and if they judge it and do it correctly, then the work holds together for that one person, and they feel it’s honest and it’s right. And then it’s released, and from that point on there’s not one thing you can do about it. You can talk about it – try to defend it or try to do this or that. It doesn’t work. People still hate it. They hate it. It doesn’t work for them. And you’ve lost them. You’re not going to get them back. Maybe twenty years later they’ll say, “My God! I was wrong.” Or maybe, twenty years later, they’ll hate it when at first they loved it. Who knows? It’s out of your control. – David Lynch

tribeca: “I like things that go into hidden, m…

tribeca:

“I like things that go into hidden, mysterious places, places I want to explore that are very disturbing. In that disturbing thing, there is sometimes tremendous poetry and truth.”

Happy birthday to the master, David Lynch! ✨

ozu-teapot: Happy Birthday David Lynch! Born t…

ozu-teapot:

Happy Birthday David Lynch! Born today January 20th, 1946.

Photo by Nadav Kander

cinema-shots:

cinema-shots:

Blue Velvet (1986)

myellenficent: “Mulholland Drive isn’t a film …

myellenficent:

Mulholland Drive isn’t a film that elicits the usual yelps of fear, or faces hiding behind popcorn. To some, that will always negate its status as a great horror film, but what happens here is far more sinister: it leaves a shadow in the back of your mind that refuses to dissipate even long after the final reel.” – The Independent

cinema-shots:

cinema-shots:

Wild At Heart (1990)

theartofmoviestills:

theartofmoviestills:

Lost Highway | David Lynch | 1997

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