Cinema: Unlaced And Weird on Top

At Cannes, David Lynch slices a poisoned American pie

In Cannes for the world premiere of his new movie, David Lynch decided to leave his shoelace untied. "For good luck," he explained obliquely. As if the man from Twin Peaks needed luck last week. His all-time-odd TV series lured millions of addicted viewers to its season finale. ABC announced that the show would return in the fall. And to complete the hat trick, Lynch copped the Cannes Film Festival's Palme d'Or for Wild at Heart, the writer-director's latest affront to the cinematic status quo. Flanked by his radiant companion Isabella Rossellini, awash in the cheers and scattered outraged hoots that...

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