The Short Films of David Lynch

The Short Films of David Lynch

The Short Films of David Lynch (2002) is a DVD collection of the early student and commissioned film work of American filmmaker David Lynch. As such, the collection does not include Lynch's later short work, which are listed in the filmography. The films are listed in chronological order, with brief descriptions of each film. The DVD contains introductions by Lynch to each film, which can be viewed individually or in sequence. # 1 Six Figures Getting Sick (Six Times) # 2 The Alphabet # 3 The Grandmother # 4 The Amputee # 5 The Cowboy and the Frenchman # 6 Premonitions Following an Evil Deed

A collection of visionary director David Lynch's short films from the first 29 years of his career is accompanied by a special introduction to each film by the director himself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Short Films of David Lynch torrent reviews

TMS 2017 C (br) wrote: I like Julia Roberts

Jim F (ca) wrote: Being totally ignorant of the war in Beirut, i found this very difficult to get into. The style of animation was positively unuusual but still only gave it 10 minutes. Were i to brush up on this particular piece of history i might enjoy it to the end

Harold V (it) wrote: Funny and inexplicable.

Noname (nl) wrote: Worthless sequel but good idea perhaps but its hard to to make another great dumb movie if not J Carrey are involved :). But fair movie despite that.

Evan M (ag) wrote: Wolfgang Petersen's masterpiece. Long & claustrophobic. The Director's Cut is 3 & 1/2 hours long while the Uncut Version is just under 5 hours. One of the grittiest, most realistic War films of all time. Get comfy.

Steven G (jp) wrote: A masterpiece of bad taste cinema. What makes this film truly great is that, even by today's standards, when you can download porn off the internet for free and the Jackass franchise has shown how far stunts can go, this films still manages to be shocking and repulsive. John Waters has an instinctive knowledge about what people don't want to see, and he puts it on the screen with fiendish delight.

Brett H (us) wrote: Sexy, funny, and lively with spirit, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is my first experience with a Marilyn Monroe film and needless to say.....I can see why everyone liked her! Her effortless sex-appeal envelops the screen and it almost doesn't matter whether she's a good actress or not; her charm is all she needs. The story follows two singers aboard a cruise to Paris and due to Monroe's flamboyant and promiscuous personality, her suspicious husband has hired a private detective to make sure she stays in line and isn't just marrying him for his money. The plot is paper thin and really only acts as the setup for the lavish musical numbers, but the movie is pure entertainment and so it can be forgiven. The character, Monroe plays is 100% materialistic which she makes crystal-clear in her iconic, "Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend" number and thus the character we identify with is her best friend, Dorothy, played with sly, grace by Jane Russell! In an ironic twist of fate, she begins to fall in love with the private detective which naturally complicates things with hilarious results. There's not much to say about this one, but it is a highly enjoyable musical with two very good-looking stars, some great moments of comedy, and a timeless feel due to the talents of Howard Hawks behind the camera.