Wrath of Man
Cinema in the early years of the 21st Century has experienced something of an existential crisis. So, if television has evolved to a point where it is no longer considered an inferior art form, what does this mean for cinema? Its very roots lie in television: the film began as a failed TV pilot and was salvaged into feature-length format. ABC was unimpressed with the first episode, which they considered slowly paced and drawn out — 37 minutes too long to fit into a conventional TV timeslot. They also objected to several things captured in the shoot, including an extreme close-up of dog excrement. In early Lynch managed to rescue the project by agreeing to turn Mulholland Drive into a feature film, equipped with a budget twice the original size.
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