CATCH FISH DORADO: MEDITATION, CREATIVITY AND CONSCIENCE

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Year: 2007
Pages: 192
Writer: David Lynch
Publishing: Mondadori

Synopsis: David Lynch is a director who manages to arouse passions and hatreds of equal intensity, as we have seen clearly with his latest work, “Inland Empire”. This book is particularly interesting because it offers a small window into your mind, into their creative processes and what moves him to choose certain topics. It's an essay on the origin of ideas and creativity, applied to the Lynch universe.

Although the focus of game of catch the goldfish is meditation, something to love David Lynch for years, (It even has a foundation dedicated to this), It is not in any case a manual, rather a compendium of ideas and thoughts that seeks to promote creativity. Lynch advocates for leave to intuition and will reveal, Agile and enjoyable way, details about his career, his films, Hollywood, etc. to demonstrate certain aspects of their own form of create, something that will be even more exciting for the followers of this Auteur cinema. Música, painting, movies… Lynch links issues and launching ideas… those ideas that, as reviewed in an interview, “they are like a big fish that you can catch”

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