'David Lynch In Four Movements': Richard Vezina's Tribute (VIDEO)

Dec 27, 2011 | Updated Dec 27, 2011

This tribute to David Lynch is easier to understand than most of Lynch's own films, though not by much.

Richard Vezina's "David Lynch in Four Movements" takes you on a twenty-minute tour of the auteur's warped inner worlds, set to the music of longtime Lynch collaborator Angelo Badalamenti and Lynch himself. The tribute has four parts: 'Melancholy and Sadness – Questions In A World Of Blue'; 'Action, Violence, and Sex – The Pink Room'; 'Dreams and Nightmares – Into The Night' and 'Love and Hope – Mysteries of Love.'

We caught glimpses of "Mulholland Drive," "Blue Velvet," "Eraserhead" and more.

"My video is a symphony in 4 movements, using 4 musical pieces from Angelo Badalamenti/David Lynch. Each movement is about certain themes or visual trends in Lynch's work. Since the tribute lasts 20 minutes, it may be a bit long for people who are not familiar with his films," wrote Vezina.

Prepare yourself for the trip -- watch below: