Mulholland Dr.

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Mulholland Drive

Mulholland Drive

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Originally intended for TV, Mulholland Dr. is much in the mould of Twin Peaks and Lost Highway. Lynch's characteristically bizarre noir focuses (probably too strong a word!) on a young beauty (Harring) who loses her memory after a car accident and hides out in a house where she's found and befriended by the absent owner's helpful niece (Watts), new to LA in the hope of becoming an actress. Meanwhile, a hot young film director (Theroux) is having trouble with the Mob trying to influence his choice of leading lady. Despite too many detours into nonsensical narrative cul-de-sacs, and too many shots that slowly travel towards corners down darkened corridors to the accompaniment of ominous rumbles, this works well enough as unsettlingly nightmarish suspense. That is, until it suddenly and stupidly decides to switch characters' identities, leaving one with a so-what feeling of déjà vu.
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Release details

FR release:

2001

Duration:

146 mins

Cast and crew

Music:

Angelo Badalamenti

Cinematography:

Peter Deming

Cast:

Katharine Towne, Mark Pellegrino, Lee Grant, Laura Elena Harring, Brent Briscoe, Justin Theroux, Dan Hedaya, Chad Everett, Robert Forster, Ann Miller, Naomi Watts

Director:

David Lynch

Producer:

Michael Polaire, Neal Edelstein, Mary Sweeney, Alain Sarde, Tony Krantz

Screenwriter:

David Lynch

Editor:

Mary Sweeney

Art Director:

Jack Fisk

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