What’s The Frequency, David?
by 16:9 Film Journal
Noise and faulty wiring, hiccups and miscommunication, the films of David Lynch often feature electronic devices that don’t work, and people who seem to speaking on different frequencies. Andreas Halskov investigates the relationship between noise as a stylistic device and faulty electronic devices as a recurring motif in the films of David Lynch.
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