Friday, September 14, 2018
Speak for yourself, Mr Lynch. Speakeasy.
A sandwich of Bologna and Malarkey all in one.
Any true and independently driven film artist, poet or auteur will never need to 'adapt' to the reality of popular television. If anything, it motivates the artist to cancel more of the never-ending over-priced revenue motivated programming subscriptions that bombard our spam mailboxes weekly. As far as adaptation is concerned, I’d say that the emergence of hidden micro cinemas for film artists could be comparable to the speakeasies that evolved historically due to social protest. What your ‘Twin Peaks’ did decades ago was awaken the general lay public to film as an art that used ‘free’ public television as exposure, why have you decided to get lazy now? Now is when we need this kind of thinking more than ever as the binary world has swallowed our celluloid. ‘A continued story’ is how you view the cinematic experience now? Wow. Mr. Lynch, keep on making your weird tv stuff- you've got a lock on your product. And no thanks, we're not interested, that sandwich is very stale. bye.