Mulholland Drive (2001)

R   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller


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After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality.

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Did You Know?

Trivia

Rebekah Del Rio (the singer at Club Silencio) first met director David Lynch when a talent agent took her, on a whim, to a recording studio where Lynch happened to be and asked her to sing a song for him. She performed an impromptu version of "Llorando" which, also on a whim... ...


Quotes

Rita: What are you doing? We don't stop here.


Goofs

Director Adam Kesher's frenzied attack on the Castigliane brother's limousine immediately scatters pigeons in the far distance, but only when he finally knocks out a headlight (a relatively minor impact) do the pigeons directly behind the car fly up.


Crazy Credits

In the credits to Mulholland Dr., actor Chad Everett is mistakenly listed as playing Jimmy Katz; the name of Everett's character is actually Woody Katz.


Alternate Versions

The theatrical version contains 26 minutes of newly shot and restored footage; the TV version of Mullholand Drive, shot in 1999, originally ran at just over 100 minutes and ended at Betty's apartment after helping Rita cut her hair and put a blond wig on; an additional deleted scene had Betty running out of the apartment to the roof where Rita joined her and both of them looking out over Los Angeles where Betty says "I have arrived" and Rita saying the same. The final shot in the TV pilot version has the mysterious bum sitting in the alley behind Winkie's Restaurant and holding the mysterious blue box. New footage shot for the theatrical version includes:

  • The theatrical ending where David Lynch goes back and tells the story of Diane; in the TV pilot, it ends where Rita (Camilla) opens the mysterious blue box.
  • An additional 6 minutes of expanded 'reshoots' that Studio Canal had David Lynch shoot for the theatrical release.


Soundtracks

Crying
(Llorando)
Written by
Roy Orbison and Joe Melson
Performed by Rebekah Del Rio
Courtesy of DavidLynch.Com
By Arrangement with Bobkind Music

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Synopsis (WARNING: Spoilers)


Genres

Drama | Mystery | Thriller

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