Opinion: David Lynch on watching movies on mobile phones

The last days we have again got the whole shebang – mainstream media praising the great idea, the movie conglomerates already counting the money (but the writers still on strike), the yay-sayers on the gadgets megasites frolocking and the pilot fish bloggers on their sites joining in with the song…

But wait a minute! What is so great about watching a movie on a cigarette box size display that was originally created to be experienced on a silver screen hundred times bigger with professional sound equipment providing the surroundings?

Well listen what David Lynch has to say about this – we wait until mobile devices have catch up with the capabilities of the networks.


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Warning: The video contains some strong language that might not be suitable for those watching it on a mobile phone…

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