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In faux iPhone ad, David Lynch drops the f-bomb on mobile movie viewing

Famed movie director David Lynch may be a fan of technology for making movies, but he is SO a non-fan of watching some of those same movies on iPhone and other phones as well.Here, on the clip I've freeze framed, screencapped and linked to now, David says:"It's such a sadness, that you think you've seen a film on your (bleeping-but I froze the clip just as his lips were forming the f-bomb)) telephone.
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Famed movie director David Lynch may be a fan of technology for making movies, but he is SO a non-fan of watching some of those same movies on iPhone and other phones as well.

Here, on the clip I've freeze framed, screencapped and linked to now, David says:

"It's such a sadness, that you think you've seen a film on your (bleeping-but I froze the clip just as his lips were forming the f-bomb)) telephone. Get real."

Is David right that you are cheating yourself watching movies on your cell, or is he simply not up to speed on new mobile tech?

Or maybe a bit of both?

That's what I think. Bigger the screen the better. Helps suspend disbelief, when you are in a darkened theater or even a home entertainment center and sit down to watch.

That said, even the small mobile screens, such as the iPhone's are getting better.

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