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Adam Whybray's rating of the film David Lynch: The Art Life

There can't be many people who don't prefer Lynch's filmmaking to his visual art, which often provides a sticky infantile concentration of the primal fecal-fetal abjectness that constantly thrums underneath his films. However, it provides a far more direct means of accessing the man's psyche and he is a fascinating man and artist. This is a straightforward doc about what must remain inarticulate. More Nance needed.