David Lynch

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BFI Pub., 1995 - Performing Arts - 210 pages
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This work examines the work of David Lynch, American cult figure and director of such films as Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart and Eraserhead. Chion details how the films came about, chronicles the creative interactions between the director and his familiar collaborators and locates the films within their contemporary American context."

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The author and the work 2 Childhood and parents 3 An ideal world?
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IMMOBILE GROWTH
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The Elephant Man Dune
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About the author (1995)

Michel Chion has written many books on the cinema, including a series of groundbreaking works on film sound, as well as "David Lynch "(BFI, 1995) and "Kubrick's Cinema Odyssey "(BFI, 2000).

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