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Normally when I watch Lynch I get the feeling that there's something more going on, even if I don't quite know what it is. This was like watching a poorly script, badly acted short about someone who accidently dropped a cigarette on her friends dress and (in an unconnected incident) bought a broken watch.
Pretty much the bottom of the barrel of Lynch goodness, but there's still a lot of interesting things about this. The performances, however brief, are quite good, and it's a good companion piece to Inland Empire.