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Published on 12 Jan 2009
Wax Audio: "Blue Rigby"
Angelo Badalamenti: "Main Title" (from Blue Velvet) The Beatles: "Eleanor Rigby"
Eleanor Rigby is a woman in trouble. Her son and husband have been kidnapped and she is being controlled by a sociopath, told she must do as she's told or her family will be murdered. Dorothy Vallens is dreaming she's just been married, waking to find she's as lonely as ever. By the door is a jar in which she keeps her face.
Eleanor is abused, sexually and psychologically. She is reunited with her son but only after her husband has been disfigured and murdered. Dorothy, a pious woman, dies and is buried along with her name. Her name, now widowed, is disinterred by the emotionally disturbed Eleanor. Eleanor takes the name as her own, becoming Dorothy. Dorothy, happily raising her son and later remarrying, takes on a job singing covers of Beatles and Bobby Vinton tunes in a place called the Slow Club. One day, a man named Frank comes in with some friends.