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Lost Highway


Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Robert Blake View All


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

Release: Jan. 15th, 1997
Runtime: 2 hours, 14 minutes
A tormented jazz musician finds himself lost in an enigmatic story involving murder, surveillance, gangsters, doppelgangers, and an impossible transformation inside a prison cell.
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47 Lost Highway
seriously confusing. tense and exciting but seriously, seriously confusing. id like to hear a believable theory about this film because to me it seems you can pretty much interpret however you wan...
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(I wonder if the film would work better for me if our narrative viewpoint was aligned to Patricia Arquette instead of Pullman and Getty.) Late developments also allow the film to be read too easily as an expression of male jealousy, and it comes off as pat in ways that Lynch normally avoids whe....
To me, Lost Highway is either David Lynch's best bad film or his worst good film (probably the latter).