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David Lynch

Datum narození: 20. leden 1946
Další jména:დევიდ ლინჩი

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David Keith Lynch je americký filmový scenárista, režisér, producent, malíř, hudebník, skladatel a performer. Jedná se o významného představitele postmoderní kinematografie. Byl nominován na Oscara v kategorii nejlepší režie za filmy Sloní muž (1980), Modrý samet (1986) a Mulholland Drive (2001). Slonímu muž byl také nominován v kategorii nejlepší scénář. Vyhrál hlavní cenu na Filmovém festivalu v Cannes a Benátkách.

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„I don't think that people accept the fact that life doesn't make sense. I think it makes people terribly uncomfortable.“

—  David Lynch
Context: I don't think that people accept the fact that life doesn't make sense. I think it makes people terribly uncomfortable. It seems like religion and myth were invented against that, trying to make sense out of it. As quoted in My Love Affair with David Lynch and Peachy Like Nietzsche: Dark Clown Porn Snuff for Terrorists and Gorefiends (2005) by Jason Rogers, p. 7

„My cow is not pretty, but it's pretty to me.“

—  David Lynch
About his contribution to New York 2000, " Eat My Fear http://davidlynch.de/eatmyfear.html", which was pulled after 2 hours, quoted in The New Yorker, Volume 76, p. 62 https://books.google.com/books?id=3rYeAQAAMAAJ&dq=%22my+cow+is+not+pretty%22

„We think we understand the rules when we become adults but what we really experienced is a narrowing of the imagination.“

—  David Lynch
Context: I love child things because there's so much mystery when you're a child. When you're a child, something as simple as a tree doesn't make sense. You see it in the distance and it looks small, but as you go closer, it seems to grow — you haven't got a handle on the rules when you're a child. We think we understand the rules when we become adults but what we really experienced is a narrowing of the imagination.

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„Then Dennis called and said, 'I have to play Frank, because I am Frank.' That thrilled me, and scared me.“

—  David Lynch
Context: On Blue Velvet, I worked with a casting director, Johanna Ray. And we had all brought up Dennis Hopper. But everybody said, 'No, no; you can't work with Dennis. He's really in bad shape, and you'll have nothing but trouble.' So we continued looking for people. But one day, Dennis' agent called and said that Dennis was clean and sober and had already done another picture, and I could talk to that director to verify it. Then Dennis called and said, 'I have to play Frank, because I am Frank.' That thrilled me, and scared me. Casting, p. 69

„We all reflect the world we live in. Even if you make a period film, it will reflect your times.“

—  David Lynch
Context: People have asked me why — if meditation is so great and gives you so much bliss — are my films so dark, and there's so much violence? There are many, many dark things flowing around in this world right now, and most films reflect the world in which we live. They're stories. Stories are always going to have conflict. They're going to have highs and lows, and good and bad. I fall in love with certain ideas. And I am where I am. Now, if I told you I was enlightened, and this is enlightened filmmaking, that would be another story. But I'm just a guy from Missoula, Montana, doing my thing, going down the road like everybody else. We all reflect the world we live in. Even if you make a period film, it will reflect your times. You can see the way period films differ, depending on when they were made. It's a sensibility — how they talk, certain themes — and those things change as the world changes. And so, even though I'm from Missoula, Montana, which is not the surrealistic capital of the world, you could be anywhere and see a kind of strangeness in how the world is these days, or have a certain way of looking at things. Darkness, p. 91

„I'm not a political person. ... I don't understand politics, I don't understand the concept of two sides and I think that probably there's good on both sides, bad on both sides, and there's a middle ground, but it never seems to come to the middle ground and it's very frustrating watching it and seemingly we're not moving forward.“

—  David Lynch
Context: I'm not a political person.... I don't understand politics, I don't understand the concept of two sides and I think that probably there's good on both sides, bad on both sides, and there's a middle ground, but it never seems to come to the middle ground and it's very frustrating watching it and seemingly we're not moving forward. Some change, simple, simple really, relatively speaking, and we're going forwards somewhere, you know? It could be a beautiful place. There's many little obstacles and there's many, many people that are just opposed and we're not going forward. Scene by Scene interview BBC 2 (1999)

„You fall in love with the first idea, that little tiny piece. And once you've got it, the rest will come in time.“

—  David Lynch
Context: An idea is a thought. It's a thought that holds more than you think it does when you receive it. But in that first moment there is a spark. In a comic strip, if someone gets an idea, a lightbulb goes on. It happens in an instant, just as in life. It would be great if the entire film came all at once. But it comes, for me, in fragments. That first fragment is like the Rosetta stone. It's the piece of the puzzle that indicates the rest. It's a hopeful puzzle piece. In Blue Velvet, it was red lips, green lawns, and the song — Bobby Vinton's version of "Blue Velvet". The next thing was an ear lying in a field. And that was it. You fall in love with the first idea, that little tiny piece. And once you've got it, the rest will come in time. Ideas, p. 23

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