What Did Jack Do? (2017)

TV-14   |    |  Short, Comedy, Crime


What Did Jack Do? (2017) Poster

In a locked down train station, a homicide detective conducts an interview with a tormented monkey.


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  • David Lynch in What Did Jack Do? (2017)
  • Jack Cruz in What Did Jack Do? (2017)
  • David Lynch in What Did Jack Do? (2017)
  • David Lynch in What Did Jack Do? (2017)
  • Jack Cruz in What Did Jack Do? (2017)
  • David Lynch in What Did Jack Do? (2017)

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21 January 2020 | wvwriter
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| I'm so Torn on this Short Film
This short film is incredibly Lynchian. It's purely a signature of style, and I mean that in the most positive way possible. However, I can't help but wonder, if this short came from anyone else who lacked the renown which Lynch has, would it be viewed as anything more than a peculiar piece that you pass by after five minutes? It's good in its eerie, dream-like quality, truly, but I'm torn as to whether this is noteworthy solely because of what it is in style or simply because of who made it--content aside. I suppose I'm at a stalemate of neutrality on this one. Draw your own conclusions, and I hope you enjoy, either way!

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Plot Summary


Genres

Short | Comedy | Crime | Drama | Fantasy | Music | Mystery | Thriller

Details

Release Date:

20 January 2020

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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