The Short Films of David Lynch

David Lynch
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    Six Men Getting Sick

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    Lumiere

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    The Grandmother

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    The Cowboy and The Frenchman

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    The Amputee

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  • The Short Films of David Lynch is a collection of films created by the legendary filmmaker very early in his career when he was still but a student. The DVD collection includes six films in whole and each offers a different and disturbing, often experimental commentary on life situations. The first film, Six Figures Getting Sick, was part of a film art instillation. The film is an animating created to depict six businessmen vomiting. The second film, The Alphabet, combines animation and live-action to portray the simple narrative of a child aging. The third film, The Grandmother, was a school project for the American Film Institute about a small boy who decides to grow a grandmother so he can escape the abusiveness of his parents. The fourth film, The Amputee, stars David Lynch himself as a doctor who is haphazardly tending to the wounds of a woman who has recently had her legs cut off. The fifth film, The Cowboy and the Frenchman, is the first of the six that has a larger production value. Starring several actors, the film is a slapstick comedy about the first encounter the wild west has with foreign culture. The final film, Premonitions Following an Evil Dream, was a startling and frightening attempt of Lynch creating a film entirely with the Cinematography machine created by the pioneers of film, the Lumiere Brothers.moreless

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