Eraserhead

Eraserhead
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Mario

My first Lynch movie and my favorite of all time. Mulholland Drive and Lost Highway come close but this is a masterpiece

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Ryan

My first David Lynch film and it's quite gorgeous, grotesque, and intensely fascinating all at once.

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Faustina

Jay Bauman brought me here

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Susan

omg yes

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Anna

Very strange indeed. I need to watch this again on a bigger screen sometime!

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Sae Yong

Such a lonely guy

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Edward

I'm thinking that you need to be in an altered state of consciousness, if you catch my drift, to understand this bizarro mishmash.

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Giulio

loved it

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Rosa

So many experiments made in sound here...really amazing to hear

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cero

The sound is the best part, some bits make my skin crawl. I wonder how they managed to make some of them.

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Lauren

This movie is beautiful and horrifying. The lighting and cinematography are amazing. It's strange and slow and but there is a linear plot (unlike some other Lynch films). A haunting study on loneliness and family. Check it out!

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