There are few American directors whose work has not been touched, in one way or another, by the work of David Lynch, and the team of Joel and Ethan Coen is no exception. The surreal touches. The ersatz humor. The pristine cinematography. The recurring dream sequences. And the plots. Vimeo users Jae et Gail have construed a similarity between the Coens’ mixed-up-identity drama The Big Lebowski and Lynch’s famously warped tale of two identities which are swirled together and spat out, Mulholland Dr.–and they have made a small and at times decidedly NSFW film out of it. Is it a video essay? Sure. Is it a collage? Sure. A mash-up? That too. A supercut? Maybe. Its own entity? Definitely.