Isabella Rossellini as Dorothy Vallens in Blue Velvet
From the very first shot, Blue Velvet captures the viewer’s imagination. The use of Bobby Vinton’s Blue Velvet perfectly encapsulates the carefree, idyllic small-town life depicted by Lynch in the first sequence. 380 more words
ERASERHEAD, anyone? No, not here, but remember that ear? For BLUE VELVET fans there came a notice from Mike Olson, via ON THE EDGE CINEMA on Facebook, of an interesting article thirty years after the making of that film, by Rebecca Bengal, including photography by Peter Braatz. 138 more words
Logline: After finding a severed human ear in a field, a college student investigates the strange circumstances surrounding a mysterious nightclub singer.
This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of David Lynch’s… 676 more words