David Lynch + Rooms
”You’re a lady, I’m a man, you’re supposed to understand… You’re romantic, I’m a fool. You’re the teacher, I come to school… You’re pure magic, unlock my chain…” [x]
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Joon Ho’s life lesson: Never let Park Chan Wook borrow anything
Wild at Heart (1990) dir. David Lynch
Ingmar Bergman buying ice cream.
Dancer in the Dark
Dancer in my Heart
Mabel is not crazy, she’s unusual. She’s not crazy, so don’t say she’s crazy.
"It all begins with a freeze frame of a dirt road somewhere in Yorkshire county, lined with trees whose lush foliage converges above in an arch. What could it be if not a portal? The movie itself, meanwhile, has not even started as we watch the opening credits, encased in large old-fashioned frames, slowly fade away—a device consistently favored by Alain Resnais who opened each of his 19 features likewise, holding off the films themselves until the screen no longer contained any visual surplus. The freeze frame comes to life as the camera pans farther down the road; then we find ourselves in a theatrical set…"