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by Stephen Applebaum
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8 November 2007
On 8 November 2007 The Australian reported:
Director David Lynch's dynamic creativity, as shown in his latest film 'Inland Empire', is underpinned by a calmness he says is from his practice of Transcendental Meditation.
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The Australian reported, 'What is most surprising about Lynch is how calm he appears: his films, Inland Empire included, are infected with fear and anxiety. ''Yeah, there's anxiety in the films'', he agrees. ''But there's another expression: the world is as we are. So people do see different things in the same film''.'
The director describes his earlier years studying at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, when he 'was racked by fear, anxiety and rage', the article stated.
The Australian reported, '(Today) Lynch is a changed man, thanks largely to Transcendental Meditation. He claims he has not missed a meditation in 30 years.' The Australian quoted Lynch as saying, '... I didn't know what it was going to be like when I went down to learn to meditate. You have a mantra and that turns the mind within. We live in a world of change and the happiness goes away. But true happiness, they say, comes from within. Once you're pointed within, each deeper level has more bliss.'
The article concluded, 'At 60, Lynch is still an innovator and one of the most individual voices in American cinema.'
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