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Inside the mind of Eraserhead – David Lynch’s Most Surreal Moments

Inside the mind of Eraserhead – David Lynch’s Most Surreal Moments

The cinema of David Lynch is a Pandora’s box of desires and beguiling images. Forged through his first feature Eraserhead, the stark black and white images of the feature merge with the ominous sound design to create an enchantingly nightmarish tone – one that Lynch has come to be defined by. The filmmaker’s work outside the medium in sculpting, literature and music too suffices itself into his films as rich tapestries of complex human emotions and abstract expressions.

Throughout Lynch’s filmography there are highly surreal moments that transcend simply being defined in the horror or thriller genre. These scenes and images rest more specifically in the surrealist movement of the 1920s, later conjured into cinema by Louis Buñuel’s Un chien andalou. Like the intoxicating images of the surrealist artists, Lynch’s cinema is continuously exploring the connections that define human interaction and feeling. Whether it is the

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