"Interview Project is a road trip where people have been found and interviewed . . . it's a 20,000 mile road trip over 70 days across and back the United States. The team found the people driving along the roads, going into bars and different locations. The people told their stories . . . It’s something that’s human and you can’t stay away from it."
— Filmmaker David Lynch about Interview Project, his collection of interviews available online. He and his team, while traversing the United States on a road trip, stopped and asked ordinary people questions like, "What are you most proud of?" "How would you like to be remembered?" "When did you first experience death?" Like photographer Walker Evans's photography project Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, Lynch seems to want to capture the spirit of America through its people. I agree with him — it's human, and I won't be able to stay away from it!