The Null Device

I finally got around to seeing Mulholland Drive tonight. It was very Lynchian; a bit like Lost Highway, only with more of an illusion of coherence (i.e., at the end, it looks like the plot fit together, until you think about it and realise that it didn't). There are, as you can imagine, many slow, dimly lit tracking shots, eccentric characters, quirky props and surreal, dreamlike sequences, not to mention eerie music and sound in the background (courtesy of David Lynch and Angelo Badalamenti). I may have to see it again sometime.

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Posted by: geoff Tue Apr 9 15:26:06 2002

if you see it as a dream life created by someone who hates her own life to the point of delusion, it makes a lot of sense

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