Documentary

A cinematic highlight in 2016 by Peter Braatz

Chris Eckman writes on Facebook:

My good friend Peter Braatz is about to release what promises to be an incredible film: “Blue Velvet Revisited: a meditation on a movie.” In 1985, when he was a young film student studying in Berlin, Peter was invited by David Lynch to the set of Blue Velvet and was given the freedom to make extensive film and photo documentation. From that footage he made the acclaimed short film “No Frank in Lumberton.” Thirty years later he dug back into his archive and has produced an entirely new work. It includes a magical soundtrack by Tuxedomoon & Cult With No Name that was already released on Crammed Discs last year.

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