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Lost Highway Trailer

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Published on Feb 27, 2011

Director: David Lynch. Producers: Deepak Nayar, Tom Sternberg, Mary Sweeney. Cinematographer: Peter Deming. Editor: Mary Sweeney. Music: Angelo Badalamenti. October Films, 1997.

The ever quotable pop artist and underground filmmaker Andy Warhol reportedly
stated that films are "better talked about than seen." With his latest film
adventure, Lost Highway, David Lynch has given audiences a complex and
perplexing Story to ponder and some astonishingly brilliant images to enjoy. Yet
the majority of critical responses to Lynch's new horror noir have denounced the
film's narrative as being interesting but impenetrably chaotic at best, and some
have even gone as far as to call the film unwatchable. Even the cinephiles who
have recognized the significant aesthetic achievements of Lynch's film have
announced that he is unconcerned with narrative logic in Lost Highway. Perhaps
part of this critical response is due to a reluctance to embrace the robust
eroticism and taste for violence displayed in Lynch's works. Lynch has ventured
beyond linear film narratives and left incredulous critics and puzzled onlookers
muttering that either his picture is obscure by accident or that he is engaged in
some frivolous form of cinematic gamesmanship. Some reviewers have
expressed their opinions in a tone of righteous indignation and used the
supposed "mess" of this film to exact some type of petty revenge upon those
who acclaimed Lynch upon the triumph of Blue Velvet.

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