David Lynch: The Art Life” is a documentary made in the form of a monologue following a near-perfect childhood, wild student years, and artistic search of a legendary visionary.
In his art studio strewn with unidentifiable objects and cigarette smoke, he describes the hypnotic memories of his past, unfolding like the scenes from his movies.
The film illuminates the origins of his inkblots and eerie portraits.
The documentary is dedicated to Lula Boginia, his second daughter who was born during the filming.
David Lynch considers the film his personal memoir.