WHAT DID JACK DO?
Comedy • 2017 • 20 min
I’ll admit I enjoyed the weirdness of it even if I didn’t entirely understand it, I mean it’s David Lynch talking to a monkey.
Gotta love the weird ideas Lynch comes up with
A 17 minute gift from David Lynch that embodies the strangeness he brings. This time starring himself and a talking monkey. Truly Lynch
I was intrigued but still had have no idea what that was meant to be
Worth a watch, I quess but only for Lynch-heads
Nonsense, but trying to understand it is to miss the entire point of Lynch’s work. It’s too small and oddly lazy to be a must see.
Fun and confusing. A perfect film to watch if you r high.
It’s ridiculous, but you gotta love it.
It’s so odd, but it’s also oddly endearing once you start to figure out what’s going on
It’s Lynch doing Lynch things. Some will dig, others won’t. Thought this absurd short was hilarious. Don’t decipher. Just enjoy the ride.
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