The Impossible David Lynch

The Impossible David Lynch by Todd McGowan (2007)

Todd McGowan launches a provocative exploration of weirdness and fantasy in David Lynch’s groundbreaking oeuvre. He studies Lynch’s talent for blending the bizarre and the normal to emphasize the odd nature of normality itself. Hollywood is often criticized for distorting reality and providing escapist fantasies, but in Lynch’s movies, fantasy becomes a means through which the viewer is encouraged to build a revolutionary relationship with the world.