A personal favorite and the subject of speculation of a deep and unappreciated influence on David Lynch, who I fully expect saw and enjoyed this on release in 1982 in the Los Angeles underground film circuit that saw the blooming of Eraserhead. Here's why:
> Devo was already covering In Heaven as a closer to their live shows in 1978 and 1979, and is on record as having met Lynch and Ivers at a diner in LA to get their permission…
It took me years to find this DVD and then I found it on a website called DVDLady and it took three weeks to get an unmarked DVD in an unmarked DVD case from Israel in a Tyvek envelope. It was a film that was meandering but beautiful and has a great soundtrack and would be well-served by a restoration. I can't say that I have this movie ripped and shareable so I am not saying that. I can't say that you can ask me about it so don't ask me about it is what I have to say about it.