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Lynch on Lynch

Lynch on Lynch is a book of interviews with David Lynch, conducted, edited, and introduced by Chris Rodley, himself a filmmaker. The interviews took place between 1993 and 1996. Each chapter is devoted to a separate film, from his beginnings up to Lost Highway.

It was published by Faber & Faber Limited in London in 1997 (ISBN 0-571-19548-2). A revised edition was published by Farrar Straus & Giroux on March 16, 2005 (ISBN 0-571-22018-5)

Table of contents

Acknowledgements, Introduction

  1. Shadow of a Twisted Hand Across My House: Childhood, memory and painting
  2. Garden in the City of Industry: From The Bride to The Grandmother
  3. I See Myself: Eraserhead
  4. A Bug Dreams of Heaven: Shed Building and The Elephant Man
  5. Oww God, Mom, the Dog He Bited Me: Photography and Dune
  6. She Wasn't Fooling Anyone, She Was Hurt and She Was Hurt Bad: Music and Blue Velvet
  7. Suddenly My House Became a Tree of Sores: A Tale of Twin Peaks
  8. It's a Great Big Wonderful World: Wild at Heart and Weird on Top
  9. Ants in My House: Lost Highway

Filmography, Bibliography, A Note on the Editor, Index

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