Industrial Symphony No. 1 + Lucifer Rising

Industrial Symphony No. 1 + Lucifer Rising
Podcast: Double Feature
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Double Feature's 500th episode celebrates by trying to figure out what a film is. David Lynch directs the something like a a Julee Cruise ni...

Posted February 1, 2018
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Episode Notes

Double Feature’s 500th episode celebrates by trying to figure out what a film is. David Lynch directs the something like a a Julee Cruise nightmare called Industrial Symphony No. 1: The Dream of the Brokenhearted. Stripping away elements, adding to horrors. Isolating the elements of a nightmare – what makes it tick? The meat man. Or woman. Or break-up personification thing. Sawing logs and the best time signatures to do it in. Knock Knock kids watch Lucifer Rising. The county pole and its capacity limitations. Best locations for a honey pie. Various jams. In the twenty first century, screaming is no longer gender restrictive. To be nothing.

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Industrial Symphony No. 1

Industrial Symphony No. 1


Released: January 1, 1990
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Director: David Lynch
Starring: Laura Dern, Nicolas Cage, Julee Cruise

The performer of Twin Peaks theme Julee Cruise's experimental concert film, which opens with a short intro where a man breaks up with his girlfriend over the phone, which devastates her. The concert is set in her nightmarish subconscious mind.

Lucifer Rising

Lucifer Rising


Released: September 1, 1983
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Director: Kenneth Anger
Starring: Kenneth Anger, Bobby Beausoleil, Donald Cammell

Egyptian gods summons the angel Lucifer - in order to usher in a new occult age. Is how some people would describe it.

 
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