Jason Alley🏳️🌈🐻’s review published on Letterboxd:
I hadn't watched this in several years, but I've long considered it one of David Lynch's very best films, second only to the inimitable masterpiece BLUE VELVET in my opinion. Well, I still think that. It's truly a great, one-of-a-kind film, and once you understand it, what's really going on there, it has an absolutely shattering emotional impact.
Also, Naomi Watts should have won an Oscar for this.