David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive is a singular masterpiece, harnessing the director’s deepest emotions in an inimitable way, and narratively playing with multiple diegetic levels in a mise-en-abyme structure, continuously deferring the story’s origin within another origin. This masterwork has spawned cinematic stepchildren in topsy-turvy American independent films of the next two decades. 2001. R. 146 minutes. Sponsored by the Center for the Arts and Humanities.
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