CCU13: Mulholland Drive (2001) & Unraveling the Mystery
Aaron and Mark talk about David Lynch’s recent Criterion Collection release of Mulholland Drive. We talk about the nature of the production, from pilot to feature, the randomness, the allure of Naomi Watts, and why the film is so popular. We then turn the blue key and try to make sense of some of the reasonable and wild theories out there. Do we solve this possible? Maybe, maybe not, but we at least make some sense out of it.
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0:00 – Intro, Housekeeping
3:40 – News
12:25 – Mulholland Drive
46:00 – Unraveling the Mystery
Only Angels Have Wings – likely coming to Criterion.
“Most if not all of the Almodovar catalog is coming to Criterion.”
Hou Hsiao Hsien on Criterion Current.
Unraveling the Mystery
Everything you were afraid to ask about Mulholland Drive
Film Crit Hulk on Mulholland Drive
What’s Real About Mulholland Drive?
Memory, Identity and Desire: A Psychoanalytic Reading of David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive – Psychological abstract
The Perils of Fantasy: Memory and Desire in David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive
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Posted on October 31, 2015, in Criterions, Film, Podcast. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.
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Epic movie and epic podcast! I envision this getting more replay value than any other Criterion.
Thanks! We are thrilled with the response so far!
Great discussion, Aaron and Mark. Really enjoyed your analysis even though I have never seen this film.
Also, I really liked your reminiscing about your days in Hollywood, Aaron.
Still have no idea on what this movie is about, but your discussion helps. may need to re listen a few more times
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