According to the noted agent provoc-auteur, celluloid is dead—and you’re tempted to believe him after witnessing this amazing three-hour digital dream. As maddening as it is majestic, overflowing with the noted director’s demented inspirations, what starts out as an actresses fantasy transmogrifies into a statement on women in general. After self-distributing the film throughout 2006, Lynch oversaw the meticulous DVD presentation, which includes a bonanza of behind the scenes material. We get deleted scenes, an onset documentary, a Q&A with the filmmaker, and a recipe for Quinoa. What more could you ask for?