Sam Purkiss’s review published on Letterboxd:
David Lynch creates films in a foreign language with no subtitles or directions and yet still manages to create a uniquely touching, expressive, and captivating piece of art that speaks to our deepest desires and darkest dreams.
This is Lynch at his absolute peak, perhaps even more so than Twin Peaks.
The "Silencio" sequence is worth the price of admission alone as it is perhaps my favorite Lynch sequence in his entire oeuvre.
Justin Theroux also acts the socks off this film and thank god for that because what might feel like a frustrating side trek away from the "main mystery" (if you can call it that) if not for Theroux's masterclass of being relatable in a dream like world.
Fabulous Fabulous Fabulous