There isn't that much to say about this. It's just David Lynch telling a lot of stories abut the five year long making of Eraserhead with short segments of a phone interview with Catherine Coulson who was an assistant on the film, and pictures and behind the scenes videos spliced in. So this really isn't the most striking thing to watch, but lynch has a lot of really good stories that he tells very well. He does tend to go off on a tangent several times, but still these stories are also very interesting. Overall this isn't really a documentary, More of an extended interview, but anyone who enjoyed watching Eraserhead should check this out.
Accompanying the DVD/Blu-ray release of David Lynch's debut feature film, Eraserhead (1977), a genuine masterpiece of American independent filmmaking, "Eraserhead Stories" is a semi-documentary put together by Lynch himself. In a typical Lynchian way, the director gives away fascinating, little-known details on the film's five-year-long production, going as far as to call Catherine E. Coulson, the assistant director, cryptic "Log Lady" of the cult TV series, Twin Peaks (1990), and former wife of the movie's protagonist, Jack Nance, on the phone to reminisce about the old days. Of course, the making of the "baby" remains a mystery. —Nick Riganas
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September 28, 2021 at 02:44 AM