Previously at the ICA - Films
13 Feb 2009 – 28 Feb 2009
David Lynch's classic debut has been thoroughly spruced up by the director himself, with the mysterious black-and-white images and dense soundscapes more vivid and detailed than ever before. The late Jack Nance plays Henry, an awkward young man with a vertical shock of hair, who finds himself father to a mewling, deformed baby and increasingly drawn to the singing lady who lives in his radiator. And that's barely scratching the surface of this beautiful and poetic vision that's now back where it belongs, on the big-screen and branded upon your brain.
Dir David Lynch, US 1977, 89 mins, Cert 18