ONCE UPON A TIME... WILD AT HEART
|Writers||Auberi Edler, Serge July and Marie Genin|
|Image||Emile Dubuisson, Franck Brisset, Eric Genillier|
|Sound||Thierry Blandin, Brian Fish, Andy Rovins, Nelson Stoll|
|Format||Digital Beta 16/9|
|Broadcasters||Arte, TCM, France5|
- David LYNCH, director
- Laura DERN, actress
- Angelo BADALAMENTI, composer
- Fred ELMES, director of photography
- Isabella ROSSELLINI, actress
- Randy THOM, sound designer
- Martha NOCHIMSON, author of “The passion of David Lynch”
David Lynch’s Wild at Heart is released in 1990.
Portrait of a film. two innocents share a sexual, passionate affair as they travel through a world of madness. Romeo and Juliet revisited as a rock’n roll road movie in which romance tastes like hell. The film won the Golden Palm in Cannes in 1990.
Portrait of an era. the filming begins after the massacre of the students on Tiananmen Square, which paved the way for unbridled capitalism in China. During the editing process, the Berlin Wall fell, which in turn led to the fall of the Soviet Empire. After that, the world ignited: from the explosion in Yugoslavia to the incendiary riots in Los Angeles. David Lynch chose to film a world of fire and blood.
Portrait of a filmmaker. A furniture designer, photographer, musician, author of songs and music videos, and movie director, David Lynch is one of the key figures of the American avant- garde. “Show violence… without having to feel it”: David Lynch is able to do this through his experience with Transcendental Meditation, and Wild at Heart is the perfect demonstration.