Asparagus by Suzan Pitt
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Asparagus by Suzan Pitt
Asparagus, Suzan Pitt

Asparagus, Suzan Pitt

After only watching a few seconds of this film you can appreciate why David Lynch chose to screen it before his first feature Eraserhead and why it remains a cult classic. It’s a wonderfully unsettling and surreal animation. In summary: a listless and alarmingly faceless woman unleashes her bag of tricks on an unsuspecting audience before fellating some asparagus. What’s it about? Answers on a postcard…

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