David Lynch’s Lost Highway … underrated, brilliant

Last night I watched this film for the first time. Previously I’d ignored it after hearing a lot of negative comments and negative reviews, but it’s brilliant.

It’s very slow to start off, but builds up layers upon layers of meaning and atmosphere. At least half of the film is a dream sequence and it uses a lot of the same narrative logic as Blue Velvet and Mulholland Drive. This is definitely on the list for the full film analysis treatment.

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