Iain Gray Freelance Writer

Mulholland Drive - Review

An aspiring actress, a horrific accident and a case of amnesia: thus begins David Lynch’s extraordinary trip to the rotten heart of Hollywood. 

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Country girl Betty arrives in Los Angeles hoping to become a film star. However, she is immediately plunged into a Tinseltown mystery of her very own when she finds a beautiful, traumatised woman hiding in her apartment.

Bewildering, mesmerising and seductive, Mulholland Drive contains images of shattering beauty but also moments of abject horror, and is a harrowing glimpse at the perils facing those who covet fame and glamour in the city of dreams.


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