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Opens Fri, Jul 8

LOST HIGHWAY

  • Dir. David Lynch
  • France/USA
  • 1997
  • 134 min.
  • R
  • DCP
  • Assistive Listening
  • Hearing Loop
LOST HIGHWAY

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“We’ve met before, haven’t we?”

A love triangle beyond the reach of death itself… The lives of the saxophonist (Bill Pullman) and the car repairman (Balthazar Getty) intertwine in the path of the woman/the women (Academy Award winner Patricia Arquette) they loved/they killed. The crime lord (Robert Loggia) and the Mystery Man (Robert Blake), opposite ends of the same continuum, are twin brick walls careening toward each other. With the final film appearances of Richard Pryor and Jack Nance.

“...An elaborate hallucination that could never be mistaken for the work of anyone else.” —Janet Maslin, New York Times (1997) 

“Glad to report that David Lynch is still circling planet earth in a spaceship with his mind located several galaxies beyond. This is delightfully bonkers; an eerie and edgy outpouring that makes ‘Twin Peaks’ look like ‘Moonlighting.’” —Christopher Hemblade, Empire

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