The amputee

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portada the amputee

Year: 1974
Genre: Comedy
Country: United States
Format: Black and white
Duration: 5 minutes
Original title: The Amputee
Address: David Lynch
Production: David Lynch
Script: David Lynch
Starring: Catherine Coulson (Woman), David Lynch (Doctor)

Synopsis: Fred Elmes, friend of Lynch (with whom he worked on Eraserhead) You should test the quality of some film materials. Lynch persuaded him to let him direct a short, resulting in The Amputee, which shows a woman (Catherine Coulson), without legs, in a Chair by writing a letter and a nurse (David Lynch) wrapping his stumps, in a rather clumsy manner, I must say it. The recording is made two times, one for each roll of tape that was recorded, to check the quality of both.

Thanks toLaura Valero. Excerpted fromCineCin







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