David Lynch: Blue Velvet (1986) – Digitally Remastered Cinema Re-release


blue-velvetOf the dozen features or so that David Lynch has directed, “Blue Velvet” of 1986 is not only one of his most accessible and commercial films, but also his most fully realized work. It’s time to declare it his best film–and masterpiece.

Blue Velvet is screenwriter and maverick director David Lynch’s artistically bizarre cult film. It is an original look at sex, violence, crime and power under the peaceful exterior of small-town Americana in the mid-80s. Beneath the familiar, peaceful, ‘American-dream’ cleanliness of the daytime scenes lurks sleaziness, prostitution, unrestrained violence, and perversity – powerful and potentially-dangerous sexual forces that may be unleashed if not contained.

Pannonia Entertainment distributes to cinemas across Hungary.

A man returns to his home town after being away and discovers a severed human ear in a field. Not satisfied with the police’s pace, he and the police detective’s daughter carry out their own investigation. The object of his investigation turns out to be a beautiful and mysterious woman involved with a violent and perversely evil man.