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Do you think David Lynch would have been as successful if he had concentrated on painting rather than film? Why?

How did Lynch's experiences in Philadelphia and California shape his vision?

How might Lynch's work have developed if he had not become involved in Transcendental Meditation?

Lynch is known for using the same actors in many different movies. Does this choice help or hinder his films?

Twin Peaks was a huge success for the iconoclastic Lynch. What elements of the TV series made it so unusual?

As a movie goer, are you eager or reluctant to share your personal views on a film? Why?

Lynch states that in order to catch the big fish, people must swim in deeper waters. What experiences have you had that make this statement true?

The author claims to be in love with every single film he has created...

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