David Lynch, director of “Twin Peaks” and cult classics “The Elephant Man” and “Eraserhead,” introduced his Wednesday day by day climate report video sitting in entrance of a giant Black Lives Matter signal.
“It’s June 3, 2020, and it’s a Wednesday,” the 74-year-old filmmaker mentioned. “Here in LA, beautiful blue skies, a few wispy clouds, golden sunshine coming, very still, around 65 degrees Fahrenheit right now, 18 Celsius. Should get up to the mid-80s this afternoon, around 26 Celsius, sunshine all the way. Have a great day, everyone.”
Following his succinct climate evaluation, Lynch may be seen leaving his chair, absolutely revealing the signal behind him which reads: “BLACK LIVES MATTER, PEACE, JUSTICE, NO FEAR.”
On Tuesday, Lynch uploaded a video that didn’t even have him seen, prompting one of many high commentators to jot down: “Is it expressing solidarity with Blackout Tuesday? Is it just David Lynch being David Lynch, and suddenly injecting an element of mystery and menace into the otherwise banal and mundane? Is it both?”