"This Is, Excuse Me, A Damn Fine Cup Of Coffee."

"You are calm and reposed, let your beauty unfold. Pale white, like the skin stretched over your bones. Spring keeps you ever close, you are second hand smoke. You are so fragile and thin, standing trial for your sins, holding on to yourself the best you can. You're the smell before rain, you are the blood in my veins."

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Auteur Motifs — The Singing Woman (David Lynch)

Of David Lynch’s ten feature films, five of them prominently feature a woman singing on stage. While in some cases this character is more integral to the story than others, the singing itself never fails to affect each protagonist, if only briefly.

As a surrealist, David Lynch draws much of his inspiration from his unconscious—through dreams, transcendental meditation, and otherwise. The recurrence of this character throughout his work highly suggests that this image is one paired very closely with the essence of Lynch’s own mind.

[Chronologically, the films shown above: EraserheadBlue VelvetWild at HeartTwin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, and Mulholland Drive]

Harold and Maude (1971)

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Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City to take back the child that you have stolen.

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You want to know who killed Laura? You did! We all did. And pretty words aren’t gonna bring her back, so save your prayers. She would have laughed at them anyway. 

You want to know who killed Laura? You did! We all did. And pretty words aren’t gonna bring her back, so save your prayers. She would have laughed at them anyway. 

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