Whoa... I had no idea - what the f*ck did I just saw? It's just 40 minutes short film and director David Lynch already made my brain f*cked up. If you didn't familiar with Lynch's other works, RABBITS will feel hard to digest. Here's the strange part: After I reached the ending, I have an odd feeling. There's a feeling that I should watch RABBITS again. I don't know why. I keep thinking that I could missed something.
i have no idea of the hell that people with extreme cases of schizophrenia have to go through, but this short gave me a small sample (like it's big brother, Inland Empire)...nods to purgation, the bardo states, and a last line of dialogue that, to me, seems to reference (not the only seeming reference here) reincarnation...ominous AF...
76/100 (En anlaşılmazı denildi. Bana göre Lynch'in en kolay ikinci filmi. Ancak belki de en sarkastiği, en satiriği, en komiği olabilir. Keza senaryosu da Eraserhead ile birlikte en yavanı olacaktır. Tabi filmin ciddi dertleri var. Tiyatroyu bitiren nesilden nefret ediyor, kendini komik sanan sitkomlardan iğreniyor, yaşamdaki iletişimsizlik ve samimiyetsizlikten canına tak etmiş... Filmin dertleri gerçekten kabarık.)
It seems like everything gets confused again after Alice's wonderland. David Lynch takes you down to the rabbit hole through a reality and imagination complex in the mind of the protagonist. It is also scary how easy it is to get caught by the paradox which is the whole story.
Although it was interesting, I have no clue of what I just watched. You think you'll end up finding out the link between what they say... but no. I guess making people perplexed is what makes them scared - the laughters out of place have a complete opposite effect on us. At some point it looked like they were talking about their audience. Only Lynch knows.