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Inland Empire (2 disc set) (2006)

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Director:

David Lynch

Starring:

Laura Dern, Jeremy Irons, Justin Theroux, Jerry Stahl, Cameron Daddo, Harry Dean Stanton, Peter J. Lucas, Amanda Foreman, Bellina Logan, Karen Baird, Ian Abercrombie, Grace Zabriskie, Krzysztof Majchrzak, Jan Hencz, Karolina Gruszka

Genres:

Indie-Arthouse Cinema, Crime, Adult, Mystery-Suspense, Thriller

Origin:

USA

Certificate:

MA

Languages:

English, Polish

Aspect ratios:

1.85 : 1

Running Time:

180 min

Inland Empire (2 disc set)

synopsis


Laura Dern stars as Nikki, an actress signed to star in a new movie - an adulterous love story - directed by Kingsley (Jeremy Irons) and co-starring the womanising Devon (Justin Theroux). But the film is actually the cursed remake of a project that was abandoned after its two leads were murdered, and so Nikki and Devon find themselves struggling to distinguish between fantasy and reality as their worlds collapse around them in a bizarre sequence of events. Inland Empire combines striking, nightmarish imagery to perpetuate Lynch's unique world view.

Special Features:

* David Lynch Masterclass
* David Lynch Interview at the Cartier Foundation
* Guardian Interview with David Lynch at the National Film Theatre
* A short interview in London
* A conversation with David Lynch by Mike Figgis
* Trailer

member reviews

 
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20 April 2009
member rating

If you like Lynch, especially the more bizarre aspects, then this film will intrigue and perhaps please you. It is a collections scenes threaed together by coinciding characters, loose themes, and repetitve symbology. It has humour and horro in equal measure with some drawn out and bewildering scenes for good measure

100% of members found this review helpful


 
 

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