Directed by Jennifer Chambers Lynch, 2008
Review by Rada Djurica
One of the films that we had a chance to see on at New Author Film Festival was a brand-new film by David Lynch's daughter, Jennifer Chambers Lynch. Her work resembles her father's (David Lynch) in the use of close-ups and the obssesion with suffering and abuse.
Her Surveillance uses an aggressive soundtrack, including an old song by the Violet Femmes during a scene of rapid-fire shots of a massacre perpetrated by two assailants, as they enter and kill everyone in their sleep.
Surveillance at its best approximates her father at his best
(Twin Peaks, Lost Highway).