Hear no evil . . . see no evil

David Lynch's 1986 film Blue Velvet opens with Bobby Vinton's crooning the 1950's hit ''Blue Velvet'' against scenes of a small American city with white picket fences before it moves to a severed, ant-covered human ear lying in a field.
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( OLIVIER LABAN-MATTEI, AFP / May 15, 2002 )

David Lynch's 1986 film Blue Velvet opens with Bobby Vinton's crooning the 1950's hit ''Blue Velvet'' against scenes of a small American city with white picket fences before it moves to a severed, ant-covered human ear lying in a field.

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