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David Lynch: The Collection, DVD  DVD

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Three films from legendary American director David Lynch.

In 'The Elephant Man' (1980), John Merrick (John Hurt) is a brutalised man, treated as a freak since childhood because of his appalling physical deformities, until he is discovered by London doctor Frederick Treves (Anthony Hopkins), who treats him with the kindness and intelligence he deserves.

Unfortunately, by awakening his true character the problems continue, for he can never lead a 'normal' life.

In 'Mulholland Drive' (2001), having narrowly survived a murder attempt and a car crash, a shocked and wounded woman (Laura Elena Harring) takes refuge in a nearby apartment.

When she is discovered the next morning by the apartment's official resident, aspiring actress Betty Elms (Naomi Watts), she confesses that she neither knows who she is nor what happened to her.

The two women then begin to investigate, and it gradually becomes clear that they have known each other in the past.

Meanwhile, a young film director (Justin Theroux) finds that the mob are taking an unusual interest in the casting of his latest film.

Finally, in 'Inland Empire' (2006), Laura Dern plays Nikki Grace, an ingenue actress whose latest role in a Tennessee Williams-esque fright of a film tests her to her limits.

A parallel storyline shows an earlier attempt to make this film in Poland which ended in tragedy when the two lead players were offed.

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