In Mulholland Drive nothing is what it appears to be. In this multifaceted saga of suspense and mystery, set in the dreamlike cosmos of Los Angeles, director David Lynch examines the city's frantic nature, an anxious composite of purity and exploitation, love and solitude, luxury and immorality.
Lynch adeptly creates a spellbinding enigma, thrusting us through a cryptic maze of sensual experiences until we finally reach the juncture where dreams and nightmares meet.
Mulholland Drive is a David Lynch film…
While there are some interesting theories and concepts explored, the over-analysis of every little detail becomes increasingly tiresome with each passing minute.
The conclusions drawn by several of the commentators are incomprehensibly stupid and will either have you in fits of laughter or caught up in a ball of rage.
Want to know the meaning of life? watch The Shining, it's probably in there somewhere.