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Mulholland Drive


Justin Theroux, Naomi Watts, Laura Harring, Ann Miller View All


David Lynch (Director), David Lynch (Writer) View All

Release: Sep. 8th, 2001
Runtime: 2 hours, 27 minutes
Blonde Betty Elms has only just arrived in Hollywood to become a movie star when she meets an enigmatic brunette with amnesia. Meanwhile, as the two set off to solve the second woman's identity, filmmaker Adam Kesher runs into ominous trouble while casting his latest project.
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The Gunslinger45
We move from the film directors of my childhood, to a film director who has become one of my favorites only recently; the strange and surreal David Lynch.
That's what spunky and determined Betty (Naomi Watts) tells her troubled, amnesiac friend Rita (Laura Harring) as they try to piece out what happened to her.
Now I suppose I should say something about the movie itself, but it might be a challenge given how elusive it is in certain respects (Lynch is notoriously cagey about offering interpretations of his movies) and, as a result, how heavily it's been scrutinized over the years.
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