Film - Feature | January 26 | 7 p.m. | Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
Walt Disney Pictures Presents a Film by David Lynch: from the opening titles, Lynchs surprising follow-up to Lost Highway defies all audience expectations of the Lynchian. Longtime character actor and ex-stuntman Richard Farnsworth (Kirk Douglass double in Spartacus) earned an Oscar nod as an elderly man, too impaired to have a drivers license, who instead drives his lawn mower across the Midwest to see his ailing brother. But a film can be straight and still be strange. It may be my most experimental film, Lynch noted. Tenderness can be just as abstract as insanity.
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