“…and the whole thing would settle to the sea floor, silting over almost instantly with the world’s steady accretion of data.”
I like him so much...I don't always have the words for why exactly...And maybe this is why...Bless him.
did you see his Lumiere film entry? It's online.
transcendental medication is good fun for all ages...Dave - would you happen to know to which line in the bible he was referring? just insanely curious. He's not who I thought he would be. but then, most psycho-crazys aren't...
Thanks so much for posting that. We've been working our way through Twin Peaks lately and enjoying it immensely.I find I can never turn off my search for some sort of message I can explain in his work, but he often defeats me, and I rather enjoy that defeat.
Stephen - I hope you don't think I was calling YOU psycho-crazy! (although a few more blanket-stetement posts like that and I might start). I was referring to David Lynch. He's not who I thought he would be from watching his movies. I don't know if you actually watched this clip or not before labelling/dismissing him, but in it he talks about reading the bible and one line in it that jumped out at him that brought everything together for the movie Eraserhead. I was wondering what that line might have been...
Thanks to everyone for commenting.As I shared in a blog way way back. Lynch won't tell us what the verse is, but I've personally wondered if it might be Ezekiel 16:6.Capnwatsisname, my goodness. You have yourself a really nice blog.Respect,jdd
DAVID,my name is jake dockter.i am an author working on a project exploring the modern convergences of art and faith.basically copping your style.i would love to connect with you about the possibility of an interview, including you in the project and just connecting to other people with similar email@example.com really hope to hear from you.
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