WILD AT HEART (David Lynch, 1990)

“Seems we broke down somewhere on the yellow brick road.” Among cinema’s most passionate romances, David Lynch’s southern “road picture” Wild at Heart (Palme d’Or, Cannes) tests a number of assumptions and activities, their interactivity and mutual compatibility, in the American landscape: individualism, personal freedom, social compassion, violence and other antisocial behavior (including ultra-liberated sex), […]