Catching the Big Fish - Chapters 28-35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 28-35 Summary and Analysis

Lynch believes that the director should control every word, scene and element. Otherwise, one gives up control over the end result. Lynch learned this lesson the hard way with the movie "Dune," when he gave up the right to make the final cut and the film was not good. Creating a bad film is like dying once; having someone else ruin your vision is more painful and is like dying twice.

Dream logic has only ever happened once for Lynch, during the filming of Blue Velvet. Angelo Badalamenti Lynch sit at the piano. Lynch talks; Badalamenti plays. If the composer misunderstands what Lynch is saying, Lynch changes his words until the music is good. Sound in a film is a critical element, particularly the music. No matter how talented the actor, Lynch will only use those who are married...

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