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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What famous art school was attended by Lynch?
(a) Rochester Institute of Technology.
(b) The New School.
(c) Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.
(d) Rhode Island School of Design.
2. What is the name of the actor that waiting until Lynch got funding for his film?
3. Where did the Lynch family move to when David was a child?
4. What is the name of the friend Lynch met in the new neighborhood?
5. What was the first name of the composer/musician?
Short Answer Questions
1. Lynch refers to what body of water?
2. Which of the following has a language all its own?
3. Lynch states that a sentence from which book made the spiritual film make sense?
4. Lynch believes that the most important part of the pre-production part of filmmaking is to get everyone on the ______.
5. According to Lynch, which place/object is the best entrance into the world?
Short Essay Questions
1. What scientific theory supported the effects of TM? What part of science developed and supported the theory? What other type of science supported the theory?
2. Explain when and where Lynch tried TM for the first time. How has that experience affected Lynch's life?
3. Explain Lynch's attachment to anger and the project that evolved from that anger.
4. What is Lynch's opinion on the marriage of emotion and intellect?
5. Explain Lynch's opinion on choosing the right music for a score.
6. Lynch discusses dream logic. How many times has the author experienced it? What project was he working on at the time? Who was involved?
7. What example does Lynch use to illustrate this point? What was the outcome?
8. Why is rehearsal important? What is its purpose?
9. What creates an initial idea? How do bigger ideas come into reality? How does Lynch feel about idea fragments?
10. What is the purpose of TM? What is the pay off for committing to the practice?
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