Film After Film, or J. Hoberman Presents Inland Empire
No director has ever worked closer to his unconscious than David Lynch and, facilitated by the use of amateur digital-video technology, his three-hour Inland Empire takes this blandly enigmatic filmmaker as far inland has he has ever gone. Inland Empire is as personal as a diary film; it’s all but free-associated and the sense of present-ness is contagious. Lynch shot scene-to-scene without a script, beyond a 14-page monologue for Laura Dern (recorded in a single 70-minute take and interspersed throughout… Show more
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