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Lost Highway

When Lost Highway came out in the 90's I remember that it was a very divisive film. Not because of its subject matter, but mainly because nobody could decide whether it was a great David Lynch film, or a bad David Lynch film. If you're a fan of David Lynch and/ or /5(2K).

Lost Highway is like a fugue not only in its overall structure but also in its technique of repeating specific images, pieces of music, and elements of the story: see Lost Highway Scene Analyses. Psycho-genic [] Third, "psycho-genic" is a particularly apt word because the narrative that the film unfolds is psychologically driven.

Lost Highway Lyrics: I'm a rolling stone, all alone and lost / For a life of sin, I have paid the cost / When I pass by, all the people say / "Just another boy down the lost highway" / Just a deck of.

 · David Lynch's "Lost Highway'' is like kissing a mirror: You like what you see, but it's not much fun, and kind of cold. It's a shaggy ghost story, an exercise in style, a film made with a certain breezy contempt for audiences. I've seen it twice, hoping to make sense of it. There is no sense to be made of it. To try is to miss the point. What you see is all you get.

Lost Highway. minutes. Mystery & suspense. Add to Wishlist. $ Rent HD. $ Buy HD. Haunting sexuality, ricochet action and fleeting, murderous shadows await you on a journey that begins and ends on the Lost Highway. The successful jazz musician whose marriage is on the rocks.


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  1.  · Lost Highway: Directed by David Lynch. With Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, John Roselius, Louis Eppolito. Anonymous videotapes presage a musician's murder conviction, and a gangster's girlfriend leads a mechanic astray/10(K).

  2. Lost Highway is no different and ranks alongside Inland Empire as, probably, Lynch's most difficult film to date. Jazz saxophonist Fred Madison (Bill Pullman) awakes one morning to find a video 60%.

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