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  • Actors: Naomi Watts, Laura Harring, Justin Theroux, Ann Miller, Dan Hedaya
  • Directors: David Lynch
  • Writers: David Lynch
  • Producers: Alain Sarde, John Wentworth, Joyce Eliason, Mary Sweeney, Michael Polaire
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, DVD-Video, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Spanish
  • Subtitles for the Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Universal Studios
  • Release Date: April 9 2002
  • Run Time: 147 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (781 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005JKJA

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Theroux/Watts/Harring/Miller/Hedaya/Forster ~ Mulholland Drive


Le Sunset Boulevard du IIIe millénaire ? Impossible de ne pas évoquer le chef-d'œuvre de Billy Wilder pour rendre compte de cette œuvre dense et poétique, qui bouscule les conventions cinématographiques pour le plus grand plaisir de nos yeux, de nos sens et de notre intelligence. Comme tous les grands films de Lynch, Mulholland Drive déchire le voile des apparences : derrière l'intrigue rassurante de la succes story d'une starlette hollywoodienne, se cache un fascinant voyage au bout de la nuit, un enivrant cauchemar labyrinthique entre rêve et réalité ; où se télescopent une brune amnésique et une jeune blonde aux portes de la gloire. D'abord conçu comme un pilote de série télévisée, Mulholland Drive appelle la comparaison avec Twin Peaks, tandis que la figure de la dualité féminine évoque Lost Highway et Blue Velvet. Maîtrisé de bout en bout, le 9e film de l'auteur d'Eraserhead a tout pour devenir le premier chef-d'œuvre de ce millénaire : le regard ironique d'un cinéaste en pleine possession de ses moyens ; des comédiennes inconnues désormais élevées au rang d'icônes cinématographiques (Naomi Watts et Laura Elena Harring) ; une musique à la fois envoûtante, entêtante et voluptueuse, que l'on doit à Angelo Badalamenti ; le souvenir tenace et hypnotique que procure la vision renouvelée de ce tissu de rêves "étranges et pénétrants", entre plaisir et mystère, jouissance et horreur. Mulholland Drive a obtenu le prix de la mise en scène Cannes 2001. --Sylvain Lefort

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By ALET1984 on Aug. 22 2003
Format: DVD
"Mulholland Drive" is an excellent movie filmed in the vein of "Lost Highway" and "Blue Velvet," two earlier masterpieces by Lynch. I'm getting sick and tired of people who badmouth a perfect cinematic gem because they just "don't get it." If you don't understand why and when and where, why did you decide to watch this film in the first place?
The chronological timeline of the story is not that hard to figure out:
(01.) First, Diane wins the jitterbug competition in Canada, where she's crowned and cheered for by two old people (her parents). This is some time before any other scenes in the movie.
(02.) Camilla and her director/lover Adam Kesher kiss in the car, making Diane witness the scene.
(03.) Camilla and Diane are on the couch. Camilla says they should break up and Diane puts the pieces of what she's seen together and asks, "It's him, isn't it?"
(04.) Camilla calls Diane in an attempt to reconcile with her and tells her to get into the car that's come for her. Diane comes to Adam's party where he announces his engagement to Camilla.
(05.) Diane talks to the hitman at Winkie's and he agrees to murder Camilla.
(06.) Diane returns home, overcome with guilt and frustration, and falls asleep on her untidy bed.
(07.) She has a long dream (the first two hours of the movie). The prime thing to notice here is Diane's selfish wish-fulfillment- she has her lover back with her, tender and loving, and amnesiac to boot, allowing Diane/Betty to do what she pleases with her. Diane gets her revenge by humiliating Adam in her dream- he's deceived by his wife, knocked over by her lover, stepped on by both of them, etc, etc. The last hallucination Diane has is of the Cowboy who appears in her bedroom to wake her up.
(08.) Diane's neighbor/ex-lover wakes her up.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brooke Pennington on May 19 2004
Format: DVD
I have hesitated to write a review of this film for several years now. The chief reason for this is that "Mulholland Drive" is my favorite film ever, and I despaired of ever getting the proper emotional distance required to review the film.
However, it has now been several months since I've had a chance to see the film, and I think its strengths and weaknesses have settled fairly well in my memory. This film is quite simply a triumph of expert filmmaking. I will admit that David Lynch's record was spotty up to this point. I found "Blue Velvet" captivating but thought "Eraserhead" was too deliberately misanthropic and offputting. But Lynch has finally found the right idiom and plot for his unique style of filmmaking.
The first strength you notice about this film is that it is positively dripping with atmosphere. Lynch's strong use of color drenches every frame in a wash of film-noir paranoia; it is obvious just from looking at the screen that something is not right here. Fabrics and wallpaper are just never THAT bright; foliage and jewelry leaps off the screen with its vividness. The film's second strength is incredible acting, particularly from Naomi Watts. Her failure to receive an Academy Award for this performance was the beginning of my current distrust for the Academy's choices. Watts is here required to play two different roles, one vastly different from the other. It is a feat she accomplishes flawlessly, shifting from one character to the other so completely that at first I didn't realize it was the same actress playing both roles. Laura Harring lends capable support, her face and acting style a throwback to a thirties melodrama. It is only appropriate that she chooses her character's name from a Rita Hayworth poster.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 25 2004
Format: DVD
I'm not a Lynch's fan because Mulholland Drive is the first and only film I've ever watched from him, so I hope this can be considered an impartial comment. This movie is PURE ART! It moves your deepest emotions completely, including fear, jealousy, sadnes, intrigue, hate and (a little) love with great picture and awsome dialogs, music is sometimes an important element too. However in my experience, the process of appreciating this movie was slow. The first time I watched Mulholland Drive, in the movie theater, it ended and all I had in my mind was a big question mark. What was this all about??!! However I did not dislike it and months later I gave it a second chance, on DVD, and this time I was shocked. This big question mark inside my head became many small question marks and, after watching it several times, many of them are still there. But that is one of the things that makes Mulholland Drive so GREAT, it's complexity and the enigmas that remain open and may be answered in so many ways. It is also full of symbolic elements that would have no sense if you watch it like any traditional movie, their meanings, however, are not cleared during the movie, you'll have to discover them yourself and it's not easy to do it. That's why I'd say this one is for intelligent watchers only. I'll not describe the story because you'll find it in other comments, but I think this is for people looking for an emotional-artistic experience, and not for people who want an "interesting story". If you like the kind of movies that stays away from conventional Hollywood trash; if you enjoyed, for example, Memento or PI, then this is the next one you MUST watch.
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