I’m a fan of the noir, Lynch, Cronenberg, “indy”, and obscure film. So my idea of style has a lot to do with the story being told. Not that there aren’t a lot of great Hollywood films out there, but they often aren’t as memorable to me. I love Lynch’s version of dream-like horror and complexity. I love the fact that he can take a simple story and delve into the complexity that can exist in such a simple story such as a girl who wants to make it in Hollywood. Cronenberg, on the other hand finds complexity in characters similar to novels we read. He sees the dark side of people and makes movies about that side. Crash, for example explores a side of life I wouldn’t have guessed existed but now I can imagine people who drive dangerously and then have fetish sex despite their casts and crutches. It’s awesome and different.