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Damian Campo 4 years ago
Tons of non expected ups and downs through the entire flick. A must see for Lynch fans.
Austin almost 6 years ago
It might be Lynch's most challenging film. I recommend for fans.
Matthew Berard over 6 years ago
It's best moments are seductively surreal, but others can be punishingly pointless too.
Darren Merio over 7 years ago
t.v. film.acting like that. lynch is master of strange though.
Anna-Kathrin Person over 7 years ago
One of the most confusing movies I ever saw, but still - it's kinda fascinating.
Steve over 7 years ago
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Inland Empire, sometimes styled as INLAND EMPIRE, is a 2006 mystery film written and directed by David Lynch. It was his first feature-length film since 2001's Mulholland Drive, and shares many similarities with that film. It premiered in Italy at the Venice Film Festival on September 6, 2006. The feature took two and a half years to complete, and was Lynch's first film to have been shot entirely in standard definition digital video. The film is a co-production of France, Poland, and the United States. The cast includes such Lynch regulars as Laura Dern, Justin Theroux, Harry Dean Stanton and Grace Zabriskie, as well as Jeremy Irons and Diane Ladd. There are also very brief appearances by Nastassja Kinski, William H. Macy, Laura Harring, Terry Crews, Mary Steenburgen, and Ben Harper. The voices of Harring, Naomi Watts, and Scott Coffey are included in excerpts from Lynch's Rabbits website project. It was named the second-best film of 2007 (tied with two others) by Cahiers du cinéma,...
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