Wed Nov 21, 2007
That I’m not surprised:
Sensing trouble was afoot, Lynch told the students: “I don’t know what he said, but I think I understand that he used a word from the Third Reich. Let’s just look at it this way, it’s a new world now.”
I’m drafting a paper, in between several other projects at the moment, on Lynch’s levels of existence and social class in Inland Empire, and this recent swerve into what I’m going to assume is traditionalism (see Mark Sedgwick’s Against the Modern World) is in fact preordained–or, at least, predictable.