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Old 12-23-2012, 05:38 PM   #812
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I watched David Lynch's 'Inland Empire' (2006).

It's the most incomprehensible film I've ever seen. At no stage did I have a clue what was going on, and two hours in, I knew pretty much for certain that no explanation would be forthcoming. Nevertheless, it has a sort of mesmerising quality, and anyone fond of decoding symbolism will have weeks of fun trying to figure it out.

In comparison to Inland Empire, Lynch's last film - Mulholland Drive - is as straightforward as Rush Hour.
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