taya’s review published on Letterboxd:
this feels like the movie that david lynch was born to direct. in all its dreamy, hollywood-loving, surreal glory, it truly feels like he's in his exact element. considering he's my favourite director, i'm embarrassed i didn't see this sooner. i won't explain what i think it all meant because a) everyone's interpretation is different and therefore true to them and b) i doubt lynch himself knows what it all means. anyways in conclusion, movies that make sense suck and this is a masterpiece.