David Lynch Predicts a ‘More Spiritual, Much Kinder’ World After Quarantine Ends
Published on Apr 09, 2020
David Lynch is choosing to remain hopeful in these dark times. The “Mulholland Drive” and “Twin Peaks” director is quarantining at his home in Los Angeles and told Vice in a new interview he’s spending a lot of time working on projects in his woodshop and, not surprisingly, drinking coffee. “My routine is pretty much the same now as it was before,” Lynch said. “I get up, and I get a coffee. … After that, I meditate and then I go to work.”
Work for Lynch right now does not relate to film or television projects. The director said he’s in the middle of building “two wall sconces—two little lamps. It involves lightbulbs, electricity, polyester resin plastic, and those kinds of things.” Electricity is a prevalent motif in Lynch’s films, and he’s seeing its value more than ever in keeping people connected across the world during their quarantines.
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Author: Zack Sharf