With this moody monochrome nightmare, David Lynch immediately established himself as a feature filmmaker of striking originality. Relying heavily on atmosphere and a painterly texture, Eraserhead presents an enclosed dream world filled with intimations of strangeness and dread. It has no storyline to speak of, but memorable images abound. Determinedly weird and very, very wonderful.

USA, 1976.
With: Jack Nance, Charlotte Stewart.
Black and white.
Dolby stereo.

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