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Inland Empire

Experimental, radical film about an actress who gets lost in the character she has been hired to play. An inscrutable trip through the subconsciousness of an actress, including Polish Mafiosi, prostitutes and giant rabbits in a sitcom.

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Forget plot, forget about chronology, forget unity of time, place and action. In INLAND EMPIRE, David Lynch breaks with the laws of the American film industry. The film follows Hollywood actress Nikki Grace who has applied for a comeback role as a character named Sue in a film entitled ON HIGH IN BLUE TOMORROWS. Her neighbour warns her: the film is a remake of a Polish film of which both protagonists were brutally murdered. When the shooting begins, it appears that Nikki can no longer distinguish her own personality from the character she has to portray in the film. David Lynch then takes the viewer into a three-hour maelstrom of images: an inscrutable trip through the subconsciousness of an actress, including Polish Mafiosi, prostitutes and giant rabbits in a sitcom.

David Lynch, France, Poland, USA, 2006, 172 min. English spoken, without subtitles. With Laura Dern, Jeremy Irons, Justin Theroux, Karolina Gruszka, Harry Dean Stanton.
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