BLUE VELVET | How the Darkness Mirrors the Light
by MUST SEE FILMS
David Lynch is a master of planting ideas within both the visuals and sound design of his films. In this video essay, MUST SEE FILMS digs into the symbolism in his 1986 film, Blue Velvet, in order to understand the parallels between the dark and light sides of the story.
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