Dec. 11, 2005
That the short film seemed feature-length in the end is due neither to the suggestiveness of the interview nor to any of the exquisite details or the cleverly dosed score. The fun of it is their connection, the sophisticated space that allows for approximation and mutual respect. And the way David Lynch acts within this space: the "what's-happening" dramaturgy created via the back view was not arranged but was what he brought as a "present" (A. Jurek). His mystic appeal is broken by a privacy that makes you laugh in disbelieve.