I think it looks better than Mulholland Drive

Derick 2022-04-21 09:01:47

After reading the comments of many people, there are a few questions first: 1. The time and space sequence of the police has always been in the same order: arrest Fred, trial, find the prisoner changed and release, follow Pete, find Pete killed Andy, chase fees Reid, it doesn't seem like a fantasy, but it makes people feel that there is a sci-fi element in it. Note that the police said at the scene of Andy's killing: The photo is of Dicroo, Andy, and Fred's wife. Pete's fingerprints are everywhere at the scene. It can't be such a coincidence, right? 2. When Fred told his wife about his dream, when he woke up, he saw his wife's face in the dark, not the devil's face, but Dicro's face. 3. What did Pete's parents tell Pete about that night?

At the beginning, there was a feeling that maybe not like most people thought, Fred imagined Pete, but Pete was the main body, what he experienced was the reality, and Fred was his split a character out. Or, Fred and Pete are both real characters, just like the man Pete's parents said, maybe it's Fred. In the film, the demon said at the cabin: She is Rene, and she is lying when she says she is Alice. So I wondered if Renee was Fred's wife and Pete's lover, and was an pornstar and a prostitute, and when Fred and Pete knew she was cheating on their relationship at the same time, they The person who dismembered her and filmed the dismemberment process was Pete. Of course, there is no special basis for saying this, just a feeling.

Also, a person's spirit can be split, so why can't he think he is another person? Could Fred and Pete be two real people who think they are each other? Or did Pete think he was Fred?

But in any case, there is no proper explanation for Fred's transformation into Pete in prison. It will take a few more readings to get a clear understanding. Rebuttals and corrections are welcome.

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Extended Reading
  • Helga 2022-03-21 09:01:42

    The real will become memory, the real will also enter the dream, and the dream will also become a memory. When everything is gone, is the old scene in the memory a real existence or a dream? Now that the scene of the small town in my childhood has changed, when I think of the layout and stories of some small towns, I always wonder if it all really existed or it was just a dream scene many years ago. Maybe I can find out what the town looked like at the time in old photos to prove that kind of existence, but how can we be sure that he ever existed in the past that is not recorded in words and photos? The only fact is - it doesn't exist anymore. Since there is no way to prove its existence or not, then trust your memory for the time being, no matter if it comes from reality or a dream, just make yourself happy.

  • Emie 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    It's really similar to Mulholland Drive, but more subjective and messier. Like it from a male perspective, with sex to dominate the memory line. For these chaotic films of David Lynch, appreciating its abstract chaos is not all purely pretending, but actually can really feel the confusion and suffering of the protagonist from the chaos.

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]