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It’s another rainy day here in the Bay Area and I am spending the afternoon watching David Lynch give his MasterClass. I have not always been the biggest Lynch fan. Me and My American sensibilities are strongly tied to a three act structure of beginning middle and end. When I first discovered Lynch I immediately rejected his films. This was back when I was in high school and had a very limited understanding of the world and my place in it. As I have gotten older and my tastes have developed I still don’t love Lynch films but I can appreciate Lynch films.
He is a true artist. His subconscious is fully at the wheel and we are just along for the ride. It took me a long time to just appreciate his films as a dream. Don’t try to make sense of them, just be aware of them. Let the moods they move you through be your experience of his work. When I started to do this I enjoyed his films in a completely new way. The truth is a few of his films have scared the shit out of me. There is a scene towards the end of his film “Lost Highway” that takes place in a cabin out in the middle of the desert that I have never been able to shake. Just the feeling alone sat with me so uneasy, no other film had ever gotten me to that point. Sure we all love happy endings and walking out of films feeling awe and wonder. Those are the films I enjoy most as well. I also enjoy scary movies for getting my adrenaline pumping. Lynch films aren’t just scary. They have tapped into something so elemental and so deep rooted in the human psyche and it is this place of pure terror and confusion. This feeling that we all really have no clue what is going on and as much as we all want to pretend we do or believe in something that makes us believe they do at our core in our deepest subconscious we are scared. He is the only artist I have ever seen who has tapped into that emotion. It is not fun to stay in that place and I don’t enjoy going there often but the fact that he as an artist can create that emotion is genius. He is truly something unique. And now I am watching his MasterClass just to get a better insight into his mind. What can he teach me? I am curious. He is a fascinating.
❗️ONLY SWIPE IF YOU FINISHED "INSIDE" (also only read comments if you finished it; I encourage a discussion here)❗️ This is the face I made after I got to the last third of "INSIDE" by Playdead, who made Limbo. What the fudge? Seriously, though. WHAT the flip? I just finished it. Apart from some illogical (just for me?) puzzles and some tedious backtracking, I'm blown away by the ending. Sooo David Lynchian (after he had a baby with David Cronenberg, which could basically be this game...). I have to read up on theories to this game and especially the ending. Any of you have insights or comments to the story; go ahead. @laweezhynes , what did you think? ❗️Update: I came up with the stupid #insidefinishface hashtag. If you play it and come to the end you'll make this (or a similar) face. Wanna share it? Use the tag. ;) Or just use #gamefinishedface for any final facial expression after you completed a game. 😸❗️Update2: I just wrote a blogpost on INSIDE on my blog. The link is in my Ig profile bio. Would love to hear what you think. :) ❗️#inside #playdead#limbo#ps4#playstation4#davidlynchian#videogames#gamer#whatvegansplay#vegangamer#ntslttrspxls#notesletterspixels 🎮----👾----🎮
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