- Title:David Lynch's Mulholland Drive
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Various – David Lynch's Mulholland Dr. Etichetta: Milan – 73138-35971-2. Formato: CD, Album, Compilation. Executive-Producer – Emmanuel Chamboredon, Keith Walner. Mastered By – Tom Baker (3). Recorded By – John Neff (2).
David Lynch's Mulholland Drive. Released October 8, 2001. David Lynch's Mulholland Drive Tracklist. 11. Llorando (Crying) by Rebekah Del Rio Lyrics. 6K. About David Lynch's Mulholland Drive. David Lynch's Mulholland Drive Q&A. Primary Artists Rebekah Del Rio. Writers Joe Melson & Roy Orbison.
Soundtrack of the motion picture Mulholland Drive directed by David Lynch. Assembled and mixed at Asymmetrical Studio, Hollywood. Rights Society: BIEM/GEMA.
After 16 years, David Lynch’s macabre mystery still exists in its own eerily timeless modernity: it just hasn’t aged a day, despite or because of its ambiguous status as period piece in an era of landlines and payphones (mobile phones existed when this film was made and it is supposed to be set in the present day, but could as easily. be set in the 1940s). Mulholland Drive is as brilliant and disquieting as anything Lynch has ever done. It is psychotically lucid, oppressively strange, but with a powerfully erotic and humanly intimate dimension that Lynch never quite achieved elsewhere
David Lynch fan or not whenever you watch any of his bizarre, confusing, twisted and beautifully shot films we are always left with the same question ?What the hell is going on?? The 1977 surrealist body horror Eraserhead, the modern day 1986 film noir Blue Velvet with its constant symbolisms of incest, the utterly mystifying 1997 psychological thriller Lost Highway and the most famously eeriest and baffling of them all the 2001 Mulholland Drive. The true synopsis of Mulholland Drive can really only be explained by different theories. However even then it is a futile attempt to describe the puzzling story that is Mulholland Drive. A linear or nonlinear narrative who knows?
Nobody can dispute that David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive is a work of art. Fragmented geography, no-frills set designs, multi-layered interpretations and a solid soundtrack by composer Badalamenti - not to mention a complex plot revolving, both literally and figuratively, around dreams.