One-minute short film, used as a trailer for the Vienna International Film Festival (Viennale).

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One-minute short film, used as a trailer for the Vienna International Film Festival (Viennale).

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21 September 2011 (Austria)  »

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The 3 Rs is the festival trailer of the Viennale 2011, which had its world premiere on 21st September 2011 in the Gartenbaukino in Vienna. The trailer will be shown in over 100 cinemas in Austria and Germany and during the festival in several cinemas in Vienna. See more »

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Extremely odd
4 August 2015 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

"The 3 Rs" is a 2011 short film made by famous director David Lynch. It only runs for a minute and was made to promote the Austrian Film Festival that year. Most of the action is black-and-white and it's a very experimental movie. It's very contradictory from start to finish. Pete obviously has 2 rocks, but that's not what the girls write on the board. I thought it was fairly uninteresting and unspectacular from start to finish, so I would maybe have given it a 4, but as there are 2 situations where animal cruelty is indicated, such as the way a rubber duck's head is severed or in the end when a guy hits the ground with a hammer and we hear noises as if he would hit animals (pigs?). That was fairly despicable and is the main reason why I do not recommend this. However, even aside from these situations, nothing really interesting is happening. Thumbs down.


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