Yuri Ferreira’s review published on Letterboxd:
Man, did Lynch twist my mind.
It's safe to say you won't get Mulholland Drive at first. But that won't stop you from immersing deep into one of the most intriguing plots known to cinema.
What a moving thriller, wrapped in raw hopelessness.
Dreams are presented here with exquisite tenderness, so optimistic and touching-- just so they get shattered in visceral manner. Some sequences are raw, cold-- and may translate as unpolished-- but that's just the essence of dreams.
David Lynch crafted a movie so daring-- so brutal-- filled with unforgettable imagery and haunting potential. It shows how one can benefit from the surreal, without losing essence or focus.