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Against a backdrop of bizarre shapes and textures, a small organic figure gives birth to the letters of the alphabet while a mixture of children’s voices and an operatic tune are singing out.
Wow! Lynch really showed his creativity in this short, very unique but incredible early avant-garde of his.
"Ricordati che stai trattando con la forma umana!"
Bref, après que je le regarde pour la troisième fois, enfin j'en capte la deconstruction des alphabets. Très génial
t̸͉̲̺h͎̳̞͚̙͜e̬ ͍̲̠͘ͅp̶̻͙a͓̥̻̰͕̝̬͢i̩̫ǹ̯̱͕fu̩͉̘͍͓͟ĺ̘̬̜ ̜̤̙̼̫ͅp̟ṟ̙͎̟̬̪o͢ce̼̲̠͚̙̘̭s̫̳̗̻̯s͡ ̸͔o̮̮̙̕f҉̘̯͕̯̮̟ ̤͚͓̰̰̲b̶ḙ̡̯̲i̗̜͔̳̘̲ṉ͉̦͈g̲͓̘̤̺͎ ̶̻̹̫̞̺͙bi̫̮̣̭͓͇r̟̟͇t͈̳͖͙̘̯ͅh̗̤͇̣ͅe̫d̝̘̥̣͍͞ͅ ̴͔̘̮ͅi̷̟̳͙͚̬n̡̳̳̫̤̤̖t͈̞o̝̗͕͖̤̠͇ ͍t͈͚͓̲̫̫he̤̳̺̝͘ ͚̭̺͔s̸̳̱̻̲͉̘y̕m̗͖͢b̺͟o̻͔̻͇͖͎̬͜l̜̠͕i̖̗̺̼̲ć̠̪̪͎͖ ̬̥̞̺o͎̞͍̙r͟d̲̬e̶͇r̬ͅ
I like the way Lynch executes his sounds and voices on everything he does. I get why some people would find it strange or extra, but I've grown to associate certain noises with his work.
This made me so fucking uncomfortable and I don't entirely know why. Not scary per se, but just very creepy and prone to poking at my own memories of past nightmares. The darkness that surrounds you after waking from one feels exactly like this.
It's hard to say that I like this, but it's unforgettable for some strange sick reason. I saw it first on PBS when I was a teenager, and I still can't get it out of my mind.
Stuff made of nightmares.