Shakespearian, flamboyant, sensual, violent, funny, 'Wild At Heart', is without a doubt one of the major movies by the genius director David Lynch. Inspired by Barry Gifford's novel, with a soundtrack composed by Angelo Badalamenti, this is an unmissable masterpiece.
The acting in this film is the major obstacle to it being good. The universe created by David Lynch is very peculiar at best and takes some getting used to, but I get that. Although it is unnerving, it is strangely appealing.
However there is no excuse for the acting. I just don't understand how this can be considered a masterpiece with such poor acting performances.
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Reviewed by: Alain
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