Paul Crary’s review published on Letterboxd:
My face was like this 🤨🤨🤨 for the first 3/4 of this movie, but once the stirring rendition of “Llorando” took place at the theater, something clicked and I became engulfed in Lynch’s absurd and beautiful and haunting Hollywood dream world.
It’s nearly impossible to express the deep sub-consciousness of dreams, yet somehow Lynch does it. And uses fantasy and dreams as a means to bring you deeper into the psyche of a character. Such an ambitious and visionary film and one I won’t ever forget.