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Summary

Director David Lynch Starring: Jack Nance, Charlotte Stewart
Features:
  • PAL
  • Black & White
    Theatrical-Release: 01 January, 1977
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    “Eraserhead is a dark, nightmarish and at times...”

    Written on: 24/04/2006 by Consumer View (3 reviews written)

    Eraserhead is a dark, nightmarish and at times hilarious satire on life including family relationships which is breathtaking in terms of its cinematography, its unique soundtrack, the quirky performances. It works primarily through Freudianesque images and the bizarre interplay between the characters and is at times also very poignant and thought provoking. Henry the protaganist is abandoned by his girfriend leaving him with his grotesque child. The background of the film is a surreal… Read Full Review

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    “The images that David Lynch has managed to create in ...”

    Written on: 14/02/2006 by brisinghamen (2 reviews written)

    The images that David Lynch has managed to create in Eraserhead , defy description and will stay with you in your nightmares. The story such as it is, tells of a young mans liaison with a young woman and their subsequent child. However, the entire film appears to me to be an excuse to create a series of incredibly disturbing scenes. And it works! I have never seen a film that has stayed with me so much through the years. An example would be the lady with huge hamster cheeks, singing on… Read Full Review

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