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Eraserhead [Blu-ray] (1977)
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(Jun 04, 2012)
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Newly remastered by David Lynch himself for this 35th Anniversary release, his feature-film debut is a masterpiece of the macabre and grotesque.
Eraserhead follows a sensitive young man as he struggles to cope with impending parenthood. Henry Spencer (Jack Nance) lives in a hopeless industrial landscape, lusting after the beautiful woman who lives in the apartment across the hall.
Five years in the making, Eraserhead contains all of the trademark attributes of a Lynch film--haunting visuals, an ethereal score, unsettling sound design, and, most notably, a black sense of humour - creating a world onscreen that is exhilarating, terrifying, and truly unique.
- LYNCH ONE documentary
- Four short films:
Six Men Getting Sick - 1966
The Alphabet - 1968
The Amputee Take 1 - 1974
The Amputee Take 2 - 1974
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these are my theories
1: Henry is actually having a nightmare about his soon to be born child.
2: it is set in some sort of future nuclear apocalypse that would explain the depressing broken down industrial setting.
3:Henry is a just a very depressed man with insomnia that hallucinates the strange visions.
4: !!!SPOILER!!! at the end of the film when Henry meets the lady in the radiator and she sings in heaven she is persuading henry it is alright to put his suffering child's life to an end.
5: !!!SPOILER!!! at the end when henry meet the lady in the radiator and you see his head fall out of the sky that could be henry as he committed suicide out of grief of killing his deformed baby.
overall you can see how interesting and I have left out how the constant sounds of the factories making huge noises and his radiator hissing it will get in your head and it makes you understand Henrys situation it also adds so much more atmosphere.
The film is so depressing that when his baby finally eats and him and his wife smile it fills you with a good feeling.
I cannot wait to see other films by David lynch if they are this brilliant I may have a new favourite director.
the blu ray picture quality is amazing as always.
Stanley Kubrick it was a fan of this picture .... pure cinema.... but obviously not for everyone.
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