Mulholland Drive (2001)

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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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  • Laura Harring and Naomi Watts in Mulholland Drive (2001)
  • Ben Stiller and Justin Theroux at an event for Mulholland Drive (2001)
  • Laura Harring and Naomi Watts in Mulholland Drive (2001)

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Did You Know?

Trivia

The film is included among the "1,001 Movies You Must See Before You Die," edited by Steven Schneider.


Quotes

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


Goofs

When the Castigliane brothers enter the room and sit down at the table (at 0:28), Vincenzo Castigliane (Dan Hedaya) opens the briefcase, takes out an envelope and slides it across the table to Mr. Darby. The opening of the envelope is on the upper side, but when it arrives to Mr. Darby, he turns it to open it, so the opening is on the bottom side.


Crazy Credits

Credits have the movie director's name as 'Bob Booker' (not 'Brooker' as we hear). Furthermore, many of the characters' names are simply not mentioned at all during the course of the film (Billy Deznutz, Joe Messing, Bondar, etc.) but their character's names are all listed in the closing credits.


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

I've Told Every Little Star
Written by
Oscar Hammerstein II and Jerome Kern
Performed by Linda Scott
Courtesy of Epic Records
By Arrangement with Celebrity Licensing Inc.

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Genres

Drama | Mystery | Thriller

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