Even movies like this have stories

Juana 2022-04-21 09:01:47

This is the story of a desperate man. The collapse of a man starts from the spiritual world first, and the building of the mind slowly collapses little by little. He must go beyond the truth and save himself with fiction.

He spent his early years in a small town in the middle of the United States. He is in his twenties and his parents are still as fit as he is, wearing jeans and a leather jacket. He's got a job he's doing really well - fixing cars, he's got some friends who hang out, and he's got a black-haired girlfriend who loves him and is waiting to marry him. He could have successfully become like his parents, but he was somewhat reluctant. One of his customers is a gangster. He admired him and showed him the power of money and violence. The Boss's woman is blonde and blue-eyed, and is both the Boss' plaything and his cash cow—the porn actor. The blonde was eager to break free, and she chose him. She showed him the power of sex. Money, violence and sex, all three. The young man planned to escape from his arranged life and flew away with the blond woman. For this, he had to kill a photographer.

On the way, in a cabin in the desert, he met a man who looked like a god of death. Death resells passports and destroys his past.

Many years later, he became a saxophone player, and he hated the saxophone. He was still with the blond woman, but they had grown tired of each other. The people and things he thought he had escaped now came out to torture him again. He desperately wanted to know if the gang leader was still alive. Is the photographer dead or not, is he still having an affair with the blonde woman? The old man who looked like a god of death would come out to torture him at any time. Insinuated by a mysterious videotape, he dismembers the blond woman and kills the people he hated in the past. He was thrown into prison.

Enduring the severe headache, his life was complete. The man's name is David Lynch.

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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]

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