In idyllic Lumberton, young Jeffrey (Kyle MacLachlan) discovers a severed ear. In the process of seeking its origin, he meets sweet Sandy (Laura Dern), deranged Frank (Dennis Hopper in a wild comeback performance), and beautiful but battered Dorothy (Rossellini). A devastating upending of middle America, described by its director as “the sickness beneath the surface of what appears to be a very beautiful world,” the film garnered Lynch a Best Director Oscar nomination, Rossellini an Independent Spirit Award, and rankings on numerous “Best Films of the Century” lists. Presented in a newly struck 35mm widescreen print. 1986, U.S., color, 35mm, 120 minutes.