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The simplest avenue for beginning to understand filmmaker David Lynch might be found in a childhood friend's observation.Dark things abound in Lynch's signature films – the grotesque infant in "Eraserhead," 1977, the disfigured adult in "The Elephant Man," 1980, the violent and perverse Frank Booth in "Blue Velvet," 1986 – and in his first TV series, the offbeat murder mystery "Twin Peaks," 1990-91 .Co-author and Lynch friend Kristine McKenna writes from interviews and other research in one chapter while the filmmaker's own recollections of events follow in the next.Actress Isabella Rossellini describes how Lynch used a phone call to end their years-long relationship, a subject on which Lynch contributes only silence.
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