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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Lynch learned this lesson the hard way when he worked on which movie?
(a) Twin Peaks.
(b) Lost Highways.
2. Lynch believes that the most important part of the pre-production part of filmmaking is to get everyone on the ______.
(c) Same page.
3. Lynch was enthralled when he learned that his childhood friend's father was a professional _____.
(b) Forest Ranger.
4. Lynch refers to which doctor?
5. What famous art school was attended by Lynch?
(a) Rochester Institute of Technology.
(b) Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
(c) The New School.
(d) Rhode Island School of Design.
6. The acronym TM stands for which of the following:
(a) Transportation Mode.
(b) Technical Moderation.
(c) Telephone Message.
(d) Transcendental Meditation.
7. Which character was the actor scheduled to portray?
8. What was the actor's first name?
9. What word does Lynch use when referring to a union between an actor and a part?
(d) In sync.
10. In what year was Transcendental Meditation introduced to the western world?
11. What term does Lynch use when he feels inundated with fear and negative emotions?
(a) Tower of Terror.
(b) Curse of the Sea Turtle.
(c) Bottomless Pit.
(d) Suffocating Rubber Clown Suit.
12. Lynch moved to Los Angeles from which major eastern city?
(b) New York.
13. What is the name of the actor Lynch cast to prove his theory?
14. Being overly eager to please may cause one to lose which of the following:
15. What did Lynch create almost by accident?
(a) Artists' roundtable.
(b) Animated film.
(c) First painting.
(d) Prize winning sculpture.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the final destination for one that practices TM?
2. What is the doctor's first name?
3. In which year does the book startout reviewing Lynch's life?
4. What item is used to signify the act of understanding?
5. How long did it take to make that particular movie?
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