Truly envious of those who are able to derive any sort of meaning from this. To my eye, it's just pure gibberish but I guess Lynch can get away with anything?
Definitely my comfort doc. Don't understand why some of these talking heads made the cut (my favorite is the unironic colorist who claims he's as big a part of the final product as the DP), but most of it is very useful and accessible-- Keanu pulls some very memorable quotes from James Cameron, Lynch, and Fincher, among others. Good stuff
"Machines making machines... How perverse."
George's attempts at Shakespearean soliloquies are not quite as embarrassing as I remember, and there's something about the digital photography that embellishes this dialogue, the modernity of the filmmaking technology playing out against these antiquated, maudlin sentiments which augments Lucas's fascination with anachronism. Some observations:
- Jango Fett creating a clone of himself to raise as a son could be seen as a measure of financial security, should the exploitation of labor backfire on him,…