New David Lynch film

Subject-barred goes by the name of $. The blog is one of the more enigmatic ones on the web. I first found him via his transcript of Zizek’s The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema (2006). Subject-barred now presents a short video “Without cheese there wouldn’t be an INLAND EMPIRE,” recorded by two guys who “made/accidentally-captured this 2-minute video – of Lynch in a suitably bizarre “performance art” promotion of his latest film on a Hollywood sidewalk – sound like the two guys from the Black-Book office scene/massacre in Lynch’s Mulholland Dr …”. –subject-barred

 

 

INLAND EMPIRE is a film directed by David Lynch, which premiered at the 2006 Venice Film Festival. The film took two and a half years to complete, and was shot entirely in digital video. Being shot on video says little about the film. There is a list of 52 films over at Wikipedia “Films shot digitally”. The 2002 film Russian Ark is easily the best of them. It is my favourite film of the 2000s.