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it was quite interesting..have people seen the film?
it was torture
to Donnie Darko, Wild at Heart and Twin Peaks...
he really used a strange variation of music in this one....
but yeah it was a experience to see, but I liked it..
have you ever heard the composer Satie?
but the song in the trailer is apparently sung by David Lynch himself. I look forward to being able to acquire it on a compact disc, or "mp3" at some point.
As for the film, I'm too scared to see it until it comes out on DVD. And even then, I'm bringing a change of trousers, just in case.
Don't go expecting it to be anywhere near as good as Mulholland Drive//Blue Velvet//Lost Highway!!
I've read so many opinions of INLAND EMPIRE, but none from people who aren't reviewers...
I'm gonna see it again at the weekend.
Or is it just an instrumental score composed by Badalamenti?
which doesn't involve Badalamenti at all.
I'm told it's got a couple of songs by Lynch (including the one in the trailer), Black Tambourine by Beck, Sinnerman by Nina Simone, and The Locomotion by Little Eva, amongst others.
Well I won't go into it here but i posted on IMDB with the user name 'lets kill music' about it which encouraged quite a debate - here's the link
you should see it to make up your own mind - its virtually impossible to decipher a plot, its a question of whether your heart and intuition likes it more than your brain - you have to let yourself be submerged within it to like it I guess.
it´s like the movie is makes tricks to your mind...with use of light, sound, movements of the camera and the clarity of the camera, he apperantly used this digital camera so every sweat hole shows..the whole experience watching it, made me feel dizzy and obnoxious in some scenes..
you MUST see this movie on the big screen.
do you think seeing it on the big screen is so important?
seeing it on the big screen is always better obviously.
But visually I can't imagine it having the same impact on a TV. And audio is incredible through cinema speakers.
Juse see it.
detracted from the film somewhat. It made the appalling quality of the digital cameras he used all too apparent.
But I keep weighing up the pros and cons of seeing it.
PRO: It's meant to be astounding.
CON: I enjoy being able to sleep at night.
this is making me download some blue velvet music as well....mmmm love threads..
its just very...perplexing
Johnny B on this, 100%.
the music to Betty Blue was good..
i'm currently on series 2 episode 13 of twin peaks aswell. its been quite a saga.
was really tiresome. a good start mind - but i soon lost interest and couldn't last the distance, i snuck out after 2 hours for a beer. poor show, i know. i like challenging films but it didn't interest me. wish lynch would make a full-on horror, he sure does Creepy rather well.