Pretty As A Picture: The Art Of David Lynch (1997)
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All Lynch fans MUST see this. It is a sort of biography of Lynch via most of his major collaborators and mentors over the years talking on Lynch, most taking place with Lynch present and interaction between him and the other subject. These interviews are interspersed between segments of real-time observation of Lynch doing various projects. We get to watch him work on some carpentry, several paintings, a few installations, scoring film with Angelo Badalamenti, and cutting 'Lost Highway'. He returns to the 'Eraserhead' set with all of the original cast to discuss what he still considers to be his most spiritual film.
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Great overview of Lynch's career up to the late '90s, very engrossing from beginning to end for those of us who find the man's crazy oeuvre worth pursuing.
I particularly enjoyed the look into his artwork, absolutely none of which I would ever want in my house, because the man may be slightly crazy. That said, it's still fascinating to watch him work.
Better than I thought it would be. I must note that I wasn't a big fan of David Lynch going into this doc. This film covers his movies more than the tittle would lead you to believe. David Lynch is an intersting guy and I am convinced that he is the real deal as a artist. I think I have to watch one of his films again.
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