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MULHOLLAND DRIVE

Part of David Lynch: A Retrospective.

Sun, May 14, 8:20pm: Introduction from John Warren, lecturer in Vanderbilt University's Cinema and Media Arts program. BUY TICKETS

The movie is a sensual mystery: Betty, fresh from Deep River, Ontario, and Rita, car crash survivor, at the center of secrets and the heart of a mystery, two helpless hearts with no one to turn to but each other. The movie within the movie is a fragmented biography: Diane, ground down by the industry, and Camilla, dangerously close to the top of the ladder, telling each other’s story, with the gulf between tellings threatening to devour the whole world. The dream is of betrayal, of facing the undeniable moral truth of oneself. The movies, they say, are a beautiful lie, and all lies must eventually yield to a reckoning.

The rest is silence.


Preceded by short film The Alphabet:
Dir. David Lynch | USA | 1968 | 4 min. | NR | DCP
A woman's dark and absurdist nightmare vision is comprised of a continuous recitation of the alphabet and bizarre living representations of each letter.

 

This Week (click showtimes to purchase)

Thursday

TAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTONLUCKYBRAD'S STATUSAnatomy of Cinema Seminar: Mise-en-scèneNJFF: HARMONIA

Friday

THE FLORIDA PROJECT: Informal post-screening discussion upstairs (8:00pm)
TAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTONLOVING VINCENTTHE FLORIDA PROJECTHUMAN FLOWLUCKY

Saturday

HUMAN FLOW: Post-screening discussion with Vanderbilt University's Robert Barsky and Jonathan Hiskey (12:20pm)
Olde Worlde Theatre presents “Little Red Riding Hood”LOVING VINCENTLUCKYTHE FLORIDA PROJECTHUMAN FLOWTAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTONMANSFIELD 66/6712 Hours of Terror

Sunday

MACHINES: Post-screening discussion with Vanderbilt University's Dan Cornfield and Tariq Tachil (6:40pm)
THE FLORIDA PROJECTLOVING VINCENTTAKE EVERY WAVE: THE LIFE OF LAIRD HAMILTONHUMAN FLOWLUCKYMACHINESMANSFIELD 66/67

Monday

NJFF: THE WOMEN'S BALCONYLOVING VINCENTTHE FLORIDA PROJECTHUMAN FLOWCHAVELAMANSFIELD 66/67LUCKY

Tuesday

LOVING VINCENTTHE FLORIDA PROJECTHUMAN FLOWNJFF: FANNY'S JOURNEYCHAVELALUCKY
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