May at the Heights
The films of David Lynch are a strange trip into the subconscious of a mad genius. A strong believer in transcendental meditation, his films show no abandon or restraint on imagination. Trylon Roadshow is proud to present five films that showcase free association, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and humanity in the midst of cruelty.
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(1980, DCP, 124m) dir David Lynch w/Anthony Hopkins, John Hurt, Anne Bancroft. When Dr. Treves (Hopkins) sets out to study the rare deformity of a grotesquely disfigured man (Hurt), he discovers a kindhearted individual of impressive intelligence and then battles for his new friend’s dignity and survival. $12 7:30
(1986, DCP, 120m) w/Kyle MacLachlan, Isabella Rossellini, Dennis Hopper. Perhaps his most famous film, Blue Velvet is a bizarre stairway into the underworld of suburbia, that begins with the discovery of a human ear. Rossellini and Hopper are especially memorable in one of the most unnerving films ever made. $12 7:30
(1999, DCP, 134m) w/Sheryl Lee, Ray Wise, Mädchen Amick. In the town of Deer Meadow, a night-shift waitress is murdered. One year later, in the nearby town of Twin Peaks, things are spiraling out of control and teenager Laura Palmer is caught in the middle. Working as a sort of prequel to the TV series, Fire is an example of Lynch’s ability to create dread in the viewer.$12 7:30