Catching the Big Fish - Chapters 66-75 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 66-75 Summary and Analysis

The movie "Inland Empire" started out as an experiment for Lynch. The director had become fascinated by digital video and decided to create a digital film to be released on the Internet. One day, while walking down the street, Lynch ran into Laura Dern. The two hadn't seen each other in quite a while. Dern said that they hadn't worked together in quite a long time and needed to do something together. Lynch suggested that he write a film for her.

The film got its title from a conversation Lynch had with Dern. Dern was discussing how her husband was from the Inland Empire in California. At that moment, Lynch named the film. Some time later, Lynch's brother found a scrapbook the director had made when he was only five years old. Upon receiving the scrapbook, Lynch found a...

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