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David Lynch's Inland Empire is one of the most brilliant examples of film-as-surrealist art to hit movie screens since the glory days of Bunuel and Godard . . .
or . . . .
It's three hours of fragmented, self-indulgent drivel.
Once upon a time, American action films existed without explosions. Maybe they weren't truthfully even action films yet. Maybe they were actually Westerns or war pictures or spy thrillers.
A young girl in Spain escapes the nightmare of living under Franco's fascism by escaping into a fantasy world.