onsdag 4 oktober 2006
Slant recenserar Inland Empire...
...och jag blir särskilt uppspelt över en passage. Ed Gonzalez skriver:
"Rabbits, an anthology of shots starring Laura Harring, Naomi Watts, and Scott Coffey as sitcom rabbits possibly waiting for Godot, is fascinatingly incorporated into this film's metaverse. (This time when their phone rings there's someone on the other end, and when their door opens someone walks through.) From her own den of frustration, a Polish prostitute—in footage, perhaps, from 4/7—watches Rabbits, whose canned laughter undermines the woman's fit of busy tears. These shorts act as one of many exciting portals in the film through which characters cross between worlds, and what is Inland Empire in the end but a hall with walls equipped with barbed rabbit holes, each one daring us to peek through, possibly even to take a plunge inside?"
Rabbits ligger i min all-time Lynch-topp-fem, och det är otroligt spännande att han väljer att inkorporera det verket i Inland Empire.
Läs resten av recensionen (högsta betyg) här.
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