The new Lynch one and his most 'out there' since Eraserhead. You already know in advance if you're gonna like this 'cause if you like Lynch then it's a foregone conclusion pretty much. My only issues with it were that it was filmed on dv and looks like shit, but in a way the aesthetic works with the content I suppose, and also there's a couple of scenes where Laura Dern dishes out the shittest dialogue, acting all sweary and tough utterly unconvincingly.
The plot is something to avoid thinking about to honest, unlike Mulholland Dr or Lost Highway where even if you can't quite piece it all together you get the sense that it could be done if you could be arsed, this one makes about as much sense as a dream, which is the intention I'm sure. And just like in a dream, locations and characters can shift about at any given moment, the mood can swing from joy to horror and it feels like it's never gonna end. At three hours it should be a task to sit through but there were few occassions where I felt like it was dragging, but then again I can't imagine sitting through it again in a hurry.
The best thing about it is that it's really funny and it's got loads of Poland in it.
There was also an interview with Lynch afterwards where he harped on about transcendental meditation. It was entertaining. More so than the film tbh.
Anyway, I came out of the cinema thinking it was alright but below expectations, but the more I think about it the more I like it. There's some dead good bits which defo make it worth the three hour session I reckon.