Pubrick will be perplexed, but will come to realize he loves it.
haha i don't know how you did it but i've just thought about it and you might be right. i'm not gonna read the reviews even tho it probably doesn't matter due to the nature of Lynch.
i didn't like the avid dvd either, the movie looked embarrassing, but i expect what lynch has been saying is quite telling: to forget what you think you know about video narrative and follow yourself into the film as if it's a completely open (GAPING if you will).. uh, ocean of dreams? i'm trying to use his terminology here. i think mully d stayed close to the shoreline compared to what this will be. in the same way that kubrick was a journey of day through night, i feel lynch becoming a story of land through ocean.
one more prediction: hedwig will overdramatize his review with too many adjectives in an effort to rebalance the thread pre-emptively, while everyone else will mostly not bother with any substantial review beyond "eh i liked it, i felt cold cos i was under an air conditioning unit, my hand felt warm cos i was sitting on it, i hav a slight cough and my throat itches. then i ate a burrito, i don't know why."