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“[Lynch] brings the lessons of death to life, and turns life and death into art.” —Time Out New York

Here is the voice of both witness and functionary. Lynch stands between “the living and the living who have died” with outrage and amazement, awe and calm, straining for the brief glimpse we all get of what mortality means to a vital species.

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