And now comes Pete Martell in Twin Peaks and he's just a nice guy.
We've all got strange things about us and Lynch picks those things up.
Lynch is an ordinary, smalltown guy and he just sees strange things in people.
To sum it all up: It was a great picture to do; I just wish it had never been released.
I say that I played a doorstop in Dune because I remember standing around a lot. I was down there for months.
But Eraserhead was the first real intense kind of thing I had ever done before the cameras and Lynch had to really bring me down a lot and he still does.
All of a sudden, those few pages of script that he had shown me with the weird images I could visualize all of that in my brain, and I knew that there was this mad little genius at work here and I really wanted to do the film.