Weird, weird~~~~

Aimee 2022-04-19 09:01:43

David Lynch's film, it's so weird.
I started watching
it at 11 or 12 o'clock in the evening. I thought I would be too scared to watch it, but then I found out that I was sleepy and couldn't watch it anymore. The
tone of the film is very dark, and there are often long periods. Silent (I'm afraid of this, like a space odyssey) I fell
asleep halfway through I couldn't stand it.
I wanted to continue watching it the next day, but I couldn't keep my spirits up and watch it again.
If you like Mulholland Drive, Then be sure to check this out
. If you don't like Mulholland Drive, then give it up as soon as possible.
See someone commented on imdb: The strangest movie i've ever seen!
Haha, isn't it very appetizing ?

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Extended Reading
  • Krystal 2022-04-24 07:01:05

    male's desire schizophrenic. subconsciousness as doubleness. memory and video images, movement (i have my own way remembering). Six star film

  • Francesco 2022-04-23 07:01:44

    9.0 / A film that breaks and transforms the genre. It cannot provide any logical explanation. A character can be here and there at the same time, friend or foe, or instantly become another character. The rupture and form of logic present a sense of horror and fear. A lot of overlays and fade transitions are an illusion of "audience friendliness". The seemingly linear narrative is filled with irrational plot. A notable use of the lens is the high pitch and high pitch, causing weightlessness and vertigo in the cinematic space. Different from the choice of general commercial films, the film uses almost the same camera position for a large number of fast forward and reverse shots. This seems to open up the possibility of a reading, such as Peter and f both having "dry pillow" shots, but in the end it's just futile. Just as almost everyone in the film is presented very realistically, it seems to fit the drama's requirements for complex and historically rich characters, but in fact it is still subject to irrational plot development. There is nothing more than an external threat or an internal lust that drives the character. Each character seems to be logically invested in this illogical film, and in the end only the sensibility is true, just like the highway is like a neuron, rushing to the transmitter that stimulates the feeling.

Lost Highway quotes

  • [Pete, disturbed by the saxophone music on a radio, switches the channels]

    Phil: What'd you change it for? I liked that.

    Pete Dayton: Well, I don't!

    Phil: I liked that.

  • Bill Dayton: The police called us today.

    Pete Dayton: What'd they want?

    Bill Dayton: They wanted to know if we had a chance to find out what happened to you the other night. And they wanted to know if you remembered anything.

    Pete Dayton: But... I don't remember anything. What'd you tell them?

    Bill Dayton: [after a long pause] We're not going to say anything about that night to the police.

    Candace Dayton: We saw you that night, Pete.

    Bill Dayton: You came home with your friend, Sheila.

    Pete Dayton: Sheila?

    Bill Dayton: Uh-huh. There was a man with you two.

    Pete Dayton: What is this? Why didn't you tell me anything? Who was the man?

    Bill Dayton: I've never seen him before in my life.

    Pete Dayton: What happened to me? Please Dad, if you know, tell me.

    [Bill and Candace sorrowfully look away from Pete]