Inland Empire 6/07/15
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.
Inland Empire 3/24/12
by 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.
Inland Empire 3/31/08
by The Gnat
At a showing of the film in L.A., Lynch was asked how he came up with the idea/meaning for the film.
Inland Empire 3/22/07
by Pyro Tramp
It's an interesting film, full of complexity someone familiar with film will enjoy otherwise it's hard to see anything particualrly of merit other than the film as artifact.