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Diane's love for Camilla was so intoxicating. Diane had never expressed herself or felt comfortable in her own skin. But when she laid eyes on Camilla, she was liberated. She fully became herself and was so head-over-heels in love. And then it changed. It's always bound to change at some time or another, rarely will people be able to find an everlasting love. And when it changed, which Diane didn't know it would, she reacted violently. The one thing that made her life slightly livable was being taken from her. And so, out of love, she made one of the worst choices of her life. Camilla isn't just out of their relationship, but she's no longer alive. Diane couldn't take the grief and the pain and missing the pain, so she killed her self. Mulholland Drive is one of the most beautiful love stories ever told, if not the most beautiful love story ever told, and it will always be a part of me. Sometimes I just think about it and I start to cry.