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  • The Elephant Man David Lynch's first big-budget film (1980) confirmed the talent he showed in Eraserhead, though the picture itself is a strange trade-off between Lynch's personal themes—"the … Music Box
  • Eraserhead David Lynch describes his first feature (1977) as "a dream of dark and troubling things," and that's about as close as anyone could get to … Music Box

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    Max & Leon The title characters—a pair of foundlings, now grown men and fast friends in Mâcon, France—are drafted into the army to fight Hitler and, following a … Facets Cinematheque
  • Meditation, Creativity, Peace David Lynch directed this 2012 documentary in which he travels to 16 countries to talk to students about film, meditation, and his charitable foundation. Music Box
  • Men in Black Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith play secret agents who take care of immigrant extraterrestrials in this amiable 1997 SF satire directed by Barry Sonnenfeld … Century 12 and CineArts 6
  • Metamorphoses The films of French writer-director Christophe Honoré tend to fall into one of two categories: sexually explicit provocations (Ma Mère, Man at Bath) and frothy … Facets Cinematheque
  • Mulholland Dr. I'm still trying to decide if this piece of hocus-pocus (2001) is David Lynch's best feature between Eraserhead and Inland Empire. In any case, it's … Music Box

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  • The Red Turtle Last weekend brought the nationwide opening of The Lego Batman Movie, a computer-animated whizbang that uses the Lego brand's spark-plug characters and interlocking construction bricks … Gene Siskel Film Center
  • River of Grass A canny, contemporary portrait of shiftlessness, this adept first feature (1993) by American independent Kelly Reichardt (Wendy and Lucy), set in the Florida Everglades, is … Gene Siskel Film Center

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  • The Void After driving an injured man to the hospital, a small-town police officer finds himself trapped inside as the building is surrounded by strange figures and … Music Box

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    What's Worth While? An eastern debutante falls in love with her father’s business partner, a rugged young oil prospector out west, but his crude ways will never do, … Gene Siskel Film Center
  • Wild at Heart Barry Gifford's beautifully written picaresque novel about southern lovers on the run, though essentially literary, could have worked as a movie had David Lynch shown … Music Box

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