backtrack; Eraserhead (1977)

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Lynch launch! This promising – and disturbing – cult debut is a mix of black-and-white expressionism, horror elements and arthouse sensibilities, in several ways foreboding the eighties. A surreal »WTF?« experience, impossible to describe properly.

The bizarre, haunting sounds and images stirs inside me. In my queasily inexplicable book.

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