Cert: 15 Year: 2001 Length: 146 mins
This is the David Lynch of Twin Peaks and Blue Velvet - The Straight Story it is not. Originally intended for a TV series, it has the feel of a series where you are drawn along by a sequence of events. However, to even try to give an outline of the story would be futile. Think of the film as a dream. Dreams don't have plots, aren't easily explainable, don't necessarily have complete sequences and may not connect with each other. You know the difficulty you have when trying to explain one - even more so if you begin: "Last night I had the weirdest dream…" This is that weirdest dream.
Wonderfully stylish, and a score by Angelo Badalamenti, Mulholland Drive is truly original and one-of-a-kind.
Winner, Best Director, Cannes 2001
A work of genius.
David Thomson, Independent on Sunday
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