It's in washed-out color which certainly fits the subject matter.
Also you see Lynch using odd noises on the soundtrack which he perfected years later with "Eraserhead".
With no evidence of foul play, questions surface and police are forced to examine his family's controversial past.
After the blood-soaked body of 76-year-old Franklin Bradshaw is found behind the counter of his auto-parts store, detectives dig into the strained history of his family - and uncover a hotbed of deceit, manipulation and all-consuming greed.
Sick, disturbing and surreal short from David Lynch.
A man and a woman get married and have a son who they don't really want.
She, in a way, shows him the affection his parents never gave him. The film mixes live actors with animation seamlessly.
It has sound but no dialogue--the actors just make sounds somewhat like human speech.
After evidence is uncovered, an affair is revealed, and bodies are discovered, the husband is charged with murder.A series of 5-minute line animations (drawn in the rough style and with the minimalist plots of David Lynch's The Angriest Dog in the World comic strip) featuring an angry and violent Neanderthal, and his family and neighbors.An imaginative lad of about ten has a couple of problems: he wets his bed, and his parents are abusive and disgusting.In a spare room, he finds a bag of seeds, which he plants in soil that he's placed in the middle of a single bed.The seed sprouts and grows into a grandmother, who's loving and approving.WBUR is proud to be a media sponsor of Art Week, a ten-day festival featuring unique and unexpected experiences that are participatory, interactive or offer behind-the-scenes access to artists or the creative process.