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Boat (2007 film)

Boat
Directed by David Lynch
Written by David Lynch
Starring David Lynch
Emily Stofle
Edited by David Lynch
Hilary Schroeder
Release dates 30 January 2007
Running time 8 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Boat is a short film directed by David Lynch, released in 2007 on the DVD anthology Dynamic:01.

Synopsis

Shot on digital video, Boat features closeup shots of a man (eventually revealed to be Lynch himself) taking a speedboat onto a lake, while a young woman (Emily Stofle) provides a dreamy, confused description of what is happening. Halfway through, Lynch turns to the camera and announces "we're going to try to go fast enough to go into the night". He speeds up the boat, which does indeed travel into the night.

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