David Lynch - Mulholland Drive

09.25.2018 - By The Bicks Do...Shakespeare

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Mulholland Drive. A modern classic, and arguably one of the high points of David Lynch's storied career. In this episode we do our very best to walk through the interpretations, the artistry, and the powerful messages woven throughout this 2001 masterpiece.
Warning: Our best really isn't good enough.
We also talk at length about the connections of this film to other David Lynch works, including Twin Peaks, as well as other cinematic landmarks, especially Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo, which bears more than a few similarities to Mulholland Drive.
As part of that discussion, we also discuss an essay collection edited by Douglas Cunningham. The San Francisco Of Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo: Place, Pilgrimage, and Commemoration.
Starring: Naomi Watts, Laura Haring, Justin TherouxDirected by: David LynchWritten by: David LynchProduced by: Pierre Edelman

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