David Lynch Lecture in Germany Goes Bananas

There’s nothing unusual about David Lynch lecturing about transcendental meditation. He does that all the time.

But watch what happens during his lecture in Germany.

This is very unusual, and a rather shocking development in Lynch’s career… and in the history of filmmaker lectures.

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Adam Walter, thanks for sending this link. File this under: Scary and Bizarre.

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  • petertchattaway

    “It destroys the enmity in an enemy.” Say THAT ten times fast!

  • judg

    The “rajah” explained his way around the unbeziegbares Deutschland bit, but he certainly never explained his remark about it being unfortunate that Hitler didn’t succeed. This guy is founding a university in Germany? The authorities better keep a close eye on him.

    I know very little about Lynch, but he had better pay closer attention to who he hangs out with.

  • http://djp72.wordpress.com/ djp72

    wow wow wow.
    i knew lynch is a tripper but i had no idea he was so far gone… he sounds like a kindly old american pastor or something.
    that is amazing. thanks for posting it jeff.


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