Episode 18. Lying Lynch

This has all been pre-recorded.

Bringing last week’s surrealism discussion into the modern day, Alex and Jonathan take a look at three films by contemporary surrealist David Lynch: Eraserhead (1977), Blue Velvet (1986), and Mulholland Drive (2001). We discuss the Lynch’s use of color and sound, varying degrees of surrealist influence, and atmospheric storytelling.


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Skip to: Eraserhead (4:46), Blue Velvet (25:17), Mulholland Drive (46:12), Overall (1:00:09), Coming Attractions (1:14:56)

Resources referenced in this episode:

Next week we invite guest Andrea Millard to discuss three films by writer/director Nancy Meyers:

Intro/Outro Music:
Ash by Mike Braudrick

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