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“Mulholland Drive” Review

Mulholland Drive (2001)

 ‘So, don’t play it for real, until it gets real’

There is no easy way to write a review to this film, unless, maybe, you are David Lynch himself. However, what is clear is that ‘Mulholland Drive’ is a mystery film with unconventional story-telling, bizarre scene sequences and some of the most nonsensical movie lines ever. Perhaps similar to ‘Pulp Fiction’ (1994), the events in ‘Mulholland Drive’ often unfold without any (meaningful) explanation given, with the intention to confuse the viewer, but also with the aim to awe at the end of the film. Overall, branded ‘the most challenging movie of the year’, this film is fascinating in its inexplicability, surrealism and originality, and probably has one of Naomi Watts’s best career performances.

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