How is the containment test for David Lynch? Rather well, according to the interested party, according to the words collected by The Hollywood Reporter. “I like the isolation. I have a lot of projects I can work on solo, so it’s not a problem for me. […] Confinement forces us to work on things that we can develop alone. There for example, I have different experiences with music. I can work in my cabinetmaking workshop and build things, go to my painting workshop and paint … “
Evoking the first photos unveiled of the new film Dune that Denis Villeneuve is preparing, HR journalist Seth Abramovitch asked him what he thought of it. “I’m absolutely not interested!” loose the filmmaker. Why ? “Because it was a big pain. It was a failure and I didn’t have the final cut. I have told it a billion times already! It was not the film I wanted to make. I like many parts, but overall it was a total personal failure. “
Asked again to find out if he is interested in discovering the vision of another filmmaker on Dune, Lynch swings the same answer: “I don’t really care”, confirming in passing his keen interest in the TV series format. “Art and essay films, they do not stand a chance. They can be showing a week, and if it is in a multiplex, they will be in the smallest room , then come later on Blu-ray and VOD. The big screen experience [pour ces films] is over. Finished, but not forgotten. “
As long as talking about David Lynch’s filmography, we remember that his masterpiece Elephant Man has just been released in a sumptuous UHD 4K edition, which was to be released in cinemas before the decree of generalized confinement.