Intervalometer Experiments sees Lynch experiment with time lapse photography at three different locations.
“Intervalometer” refers to the time-lapse capabilities of the cameras David Lynch used to make the aptly-titled Intervalometer Experiments. A haunting symphony of light and movement in three acts, this hypnotic short moves from day to night with an unmistakably Lynchian sense of encroaching dread.
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