• Stories have tangents; they open up and become different things. You can still have a structure, but you should leave room to dream. If you stay true to your ideas, filmmaking becomes an inside-out, honest kind of process. And if it's an honest thing for you, there's a chance that people will feel that, even if it's abstract.

    David Lynch, Richard A. Barney (2009). “David Lynch: Interviews”, p.179, Univ. Press of Mississippi