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Inland Empire

Cast

Laura Dern, Jeremy Irons, Justin Theroux, Harry Dean Stanton View All


Crew

David Lynch (Director), David Lynch (Screenplay) View All

Release: Sep. 6th, 2006
Runtime: 2 hours, 52 minutes
An actress's perception of reality becomes increasingly distorted as she finds herself falling for her co-star in a remake of an unfinished Polish production that was supposedly cursed.
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Pyro Tramp
To make it worse, the main character is actually characterS, all played by Laura Dern, giving no indication to when we're witnessing a different character or even if they actually are different or just characters she playing.
thracian dawg
And the ending, in addition to finishing up the film in a wonderfully boisterous and rousing fashion, this suggests yet another lynchian idea: that of a version of the Hollywood actors old folks home where tragic movie heroines, after all their celluloid suffering, attain a kind of grace and come to sip tea (or gin) in the lobby and live on peacefully for all eternity.
Iroquois
Given how much his other films invoke dreamlike states to inspire both wonder and fear, it's not surprisingly that eventually Lynch would just throw caution to the wind and create a film that maintained that same uncertain vibe for a full feature film.
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