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Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by Tal, Dec 7, 2002.

  1. Tal

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    Can anyone explain to me what the hell Mullholland Drive is all about?

    I really enjoyed the film, but it left me totally confused!!

    You can send me a private message so as not to spoil the film for others.

    Regards, Tal.
     
  2. Geezer

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    Just do a search on google mate, its far too complicated to explain quickly.
     
  3. Squirrel God

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    You won't want to be watching Donnie Darko then :p
     
  4. James45

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    Donnie Darko had a plot.... Mullholland Drive doesn't seem to be about anything. thought it was rubbish
     
  5. Squirrel God

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    Got up outta the wrong side of the bed this morning James? ;) :p

    Mulholland Drive is definitely on about something and does have a plot. As usual, Lynch likes to bury the plot and keep it hidden so the viewer has to struggle to figure it out. All of his films are like that, so it should be no surprise.

    I found his toughest movie to be Lost Highway. Great movie, but one of the hardest to work out what's going on because of the perspective the movie is filmed from. Only a film student would think of looking at the movie that way - at least I never anyway and had to resort to web sites for full explanations.
     

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