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Mulholland Dr. -- After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesic, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality.


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After a car wreck on the winding Mulholland Drive renders a woman amnesiac, she and a perky Hollywood-hopeful search for clues and answers across Los Angeles in a twisting venture beyond dreams and reality. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Naomi Watts ... Betty Elms / Diane Selwyn

Laura Harring ... Rita (as Laura Elena Harring)

Ann Miller ... Catherine 'Coco' Lenoix

Dan Hedaya ... Vincenzo Castigliane

Justin Theroux ... Adam Kesher

Brent Briscoe ... Detective Neal Domgaard

Robert Forster ... Detective Harry McKnight

Katharine Towne ... Cynthia Jenzen

Lee Grant ... Louise Bonner

Scott Coffey ... Wilkins

Billy Ray Cyrus ... Gene

Chad Everett ... Jimmy Katz
Rita Taggart ... Linney James

James Karen ... Wally Brown

Lori Heuring ... Lorraine Kesher

Angelo Badalamenti ... Luigi Castigliani

Michael Des Barres ... Billy Deznutz

Marcus Graham ... Vincent Darby

Missy Crider ... Waitress at Winkies (Diane / Betty) (as Melissa Crider)
Robert Katims ... Ray Hott
Jeanne Bates ... Irene
Dan Birnbaum ... Irene's Companion at Airport
Randall Wulff ... Limo Driver (as Scott Wulff)
Maya Bond ... Ruth Elms

Patrick Fischler ... Dan

Michael Cooke ... Herb

Bonnie Aarons ... Bum

Michael J. Anderson ... Mr. Roque
Joseph Kearney ... Roque's Manservant
Enrique Buelna ... Back of Head Man
Richard Mead ... Hairy-Armed Man

Sean Everett ... Cab Driver at LAX (as Sean E. Markland)
Daniel Rey ... Valet Attendant

David Schroeder ... Robert Smith
Tom Morris ... Espresso Man

Melissa George ... Camilla Rhodes

Mo Gallini ... Castigliane Limo Driver (as Matt Gallini)

Mark Pellegrino ... Joe Messing

Vincent Castellanos ... Ed
Diane Nelson ... Heavy-Set Woman killed By Messing
Charles Croughwell ... Vacuum Man killed By Messing (as Charlie Croughwell)

Rena Riffel ... Laney
Tad Horino ... Taka

Tony Longo ... Kenny
Geno Silva ... Cookie Park Hotel Manager / Club Silencio M.C.

Monty Montgomery ... Cowboy (as Lafayette Montgomery)

Kate Forster ... Martha Johnson

Wayne Grace ... Bob Brooker

Michele Hicks ... Nicki Pelazza
Lisa K. Ferguson ... Julie Chadwick (as Lisa Ferguson)
William Ostrander ... 2nd Assistant Director

Elizabeth Lackey ... Carol

Brian Beacock ... Backup Singer #1

Blake Lindsley ... Backup Singer #2
Adrien Curry ... Backup Singer #3
Tyrah M. Lindsey ... Backup Singer #4
Michael D. Weatherred ... Hank (as Michael Weatherred)

Michael Fairman ... Jason
Johanna Stein ... Woman in #12

Richard Green ... Bondar

Conte Candoli ... Club Silencio Trumpet Player (as Conti Condoli)
Cori Glazer ... Blue-Haired Lady in balcony seat at Club Silencio

Rebekah Del Rio ... Herself
Lyssie Powell ... Blond in Bed (Corpse) in #17
Kimberly Clever ... Dancer
Joshua Collazo ... Dancer
David Frutos ... Dancer
Peter Loggins ... Dancer
Theresa Salazar ... Dancer

Thea Samuels ... Dancer
Christian Thompson ... Dancer
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jehshua Barnes ... Young Actor (uncredited)

Elina Madison ... Starlet (uncredited)
Marc Kenneth Robinson ... Police officer (uncredited)

Samantha Schacher ... Teenager (uncredited)

Desi Singh ... First Cab Driver (uncredited)
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Directed by
David Lynch 
Writing credits
David Lynch (written by)

Produced by
Pierre Edelman .... executive producer
Neal Edelstein .... producer
Joyce Eliason .... co-producer
Tony Krantz .... producer
Michael Polaire .... producer
Alain Sarde .... producer
Mary Sweeney .... producer
John Wentworth .... co-producer
Original Music by
Angelo Badalamenti 
Cinematography by
Peter Deming 
Film Editing by
Mary Sweeney 
Casting by
Johanna Ray 
Production Design by
Jack Fisk 
Art Direction by
Peter Jamison 
Set Decoration by
Barbara Haberecht 
Costume Design by
Amy Stofsky 
Makeup Department
Howard Berger .... special makeup effects artist
Martin Christopher .... additional makeup artist
Selina Jayne .... key makeup artist
Patricia Miller .... key hair stylist (as Patty Miller)
Greg Nicotero .... special makeup effects artist
Emjay Olson .... hair department head: additional photography shoot
Julie Pearce .... makeup department head
Katherine Rees .... hair stylist
Malanie J. Romero .... assistant makeup artist (as Malanie Romero)
Randy Westgate .... makeup artist
Production Management
Julie M. Anderson .... production supervisor
Spike Allison Hooper .... post-production supervisor
Michael Polaire .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Scott Cameron .... first assistant director
John T. Churchill .... second assistant director
Mark Cotone .... first assistant director
David Fudge .... second assistant director
Michael Risoli .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Wade Bailey .... painter
Alan Baptiste .... set dresser
Earl Benton .... paint foreman
Paul Blizzard .... propmaker
Ken Booker .... set dresser
Kinney Booker .... set dresser
Tony Bridgers .... propmaker
Patrick Butcher .... propmaker
David T. Cannon .... propmaker foreman (as Dave Cannon)
Johnny D. Culley .... assistant property master
James N. Delaplane .... head paint foreman (as James Delaplane)
Laura J. DeRosa .... construction buyer
Joe Elvington .... labor foreman
William Ermi .... painter
Sean Everett .... property master (as Sean E. Markland)
Mariano Fernández .... propmaker
Chris Fielding .... set dresser
Josh Fifarek .... set designer
Jake Funk .... painter (as Jon Jacob Funk)
Steve A. Hagberg .... construction coordinator (as Steve Hagberg)
Hugh Hanna .... foreman
Scott Herbertson .... set designer
Peter Jehle .... propmaker
Mauricio Jimenez .... propmaker
Gene Kelly .... propmaker
Steven Kerlagon .... head paint foreman (as Steve Kerlagon)
Thomas D. Krausz .... construction foreman
David Lawrence .... labor foreman
Randlett King Lawrence .... general foreman (as Randy Lawrence)
Kimberly Leonard .... set dresser
David B. Long .... propmaker gang boss (as David Long)
Jonathan Melvoin .... propmaker (as Jon Melvoin)
Troy Parker .... propmaker
Steve Powell .... propmaker
Ric Rawlins .... painter (as Rick Rawlins)
Michael Robinson .... propmaker
Keith Sale .... set dresser
Jerry Schultz .... propmaker/gangboss
Chad Simpson .... paint foreman
Donald Spencer .... propmaker
Samuel J. Tell .... set dresser (as Sammy Tell)
Thomas Traugott .... lead man
Bobby L. Vaughn .... toolman (as Bobby Vaughn)
Josh Webb .... set dresser
Robert N. Williams .... propmaker (as Robert Williams)
Rebecca Young .... art department coordinator
Todd Young .... construction coordinator
Shane Buckallew .... lead plaster foreman (uncredited)
Jon Neill .... props: Prop & Custom Inc. (uncredited)
Jim Wallis .... set designer (uncredited)
Sound Department
Bryan Arenas .... second re-recording engineer
Susan Cahill .... adr recordist (as Susan Gamsaragan)
Paul Timothy Carden .... adr supervisor (as Paul Carden)
Paul Timothy Carden .... foley editor (as Paul Carden)
Ronald Eng .... sound re-recording mixer (as Ron Eng)
Ronald Eng .... supervising sound editor (as Ron Eng)
Alan Freedman .... adr mixer
Patrick Giraudi .... dialogue predub mixer
Patrick Giraudi .... sound re-recording mixer
Mark Gordon .... dialogue editor
Randall Guth .... assistant sound editor (as Randy Guth)
Daniel S. Irwin .... dialogue editor (as Daniel Irwin)
Kevin Kubota .... boom operator
David Lynch .... sound designer
David Lynch .... sound re-recording mixer
William Munroe .... additional boom operator
John Neff .... sound re-recording mixer
Ed Novick .... production sound mixer (as Edward Novick)
Rocky Quiroz .... utility sound person
Susumu Tokunow .... production sound mixer
James Wright .... stereo sound consultant: Dolby (as James E. Wright)
Jirí Zobac .... sound engineer
James Bailey .... foley artist (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Philip Bartko .... special effects foreman
Jason Collins .... set supervisor: KNB Effects Group
Gary D'Amico .... special effects coordinator
David Domeyer .... special effects foreman
Chiz Hasegawa .... coordinator: KNB EFX Group
Visual Effects by
Minky Billups .... visual effects compositor
Scott Billups .... visual effects supervisor
David M. Blum .... digital artist
Rice Casenas .... digital artist
Tim Cutt .... digital artist
Adam Hawkey .... digital artist (as Adam S. Hawkey)
Jeff McLean .... digital artist
Jon Merrifield .... digital artist
Christopher Grandel .... trailer digital effects, Howard Anderson Company (uncredited)
Teod Tomlinson .... digital effects artist (uncredited)
Brian Avery .... stunts
Joni Avery .... stunts
Jack Carpenter .... stunts
Laura Lee Connery .... stunt double: Lorraine
Charles Croughwell .... stunt coordinator (as Charlie Croughwell)
Corey Michael Eubanks .... stunts (as Corey Eubanks)
Jeremy Fitzgerald .... stunts
Samuel Le .... stunts
Janie Liszewski .... stunts (as Jamie Liszewski)
William Morts .... stunts (as Billy Morts)
Gail Luane Munian .... stunts
Denney Pierce .... stunt double: Adam
Dana Reed .... stunts
Scott Sproule .... stunts
Sonny Tipton .... stunts
Ryan Wilder .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Matthew J. Barden .... grip
Arthur Brandenberg .... grip
Cynthia Bystrak .... best boy grip
Bruce Carothers .... grip
Tim Collins .... best boy grip
Lisa K. Ferguson .... second assistant camera (as Lisa Ferguson)
Tommy 'Hooper' Flanagan .... grip (as Tom Flanagan)
Todd Griffith .... grip
Lisa Guerriero .... additional second assistant camera
Allan Heindl .... grip
Rick Herres .... rigging key grip (as Richard Herres)
William H. Hobson .... dolly grip (as William Hobson)
Michael Hoffer .... key grip
Paul Hughen .... camera operator
Dan Kneece .... Steadicam operator
Dennis M. Kuneff .... rigging best boy (as Dennis Kuneff)
Michael LaViolette .... chief lighting technician
Ken Longballa .... lighting technician
Steve Man .... Steadicam first assistant camera
Steven Mann .... Steadicam assistant
Trip Morey III .... camera loader (as Trip Morey)
Melissa Moseley .... still photographer
Rafael Peregrina .... grip
Scott Andrew Ressler .... first assistant camera
Mark Sadler .... lighting technician
Eric Sandlin .... assistant chief lighting technician
Pablo Santiago-Brandwein .... grip (as Pablo Santiago)
David Schmalz .... video assist operator
Philip Sloan .... key grip (as Phillip Sloan)
Cliff Sperry .... dolly grip
Penny Sprague .... additional first assistant camera
George Sugar .... lighting technician
Mark Vollmer .... grip
Paul Wilkowsky .... grip
David Wexler .... assistant camera (uncredited)
Casting Department
Mary Jane Fendler .... casting associate
Chris Gray .... extras casting
Jessica Vogl .... casting assistant
Vivienne Williamson .... extras casting assistant (as Vivienne MacLeod-Williamson)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lucinda Campbell .... costume supervisor
Daniel Dirks .... costumer (as Dan Dirks)
Courtney Fowles .... costumer
Bethany Gauthier .... costumer
Cheri Reed .... costume supervisor
Durinda Wood .... additional costume designer
Editorial Department
Arash Ayrom .... first assistant editor
Mo Henry .... negative cutter
Chris Jacobson .... colorist
Brian Johnson .... associate editor
Christine Kim .... second assistant editor
Mato .... color timer
Hilary Schroeder .... first assistant editor
Richard Schwartz .... assistant editor
Music Department
Angelo Badalamenti .... conductor
The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra .... orchestra
Tanja Crouch .... music licensing
Stepán Konícek .... conductor: Prague (as Stepan Konicek)
David Lynch .... composer: additional music
John Neff .... composer: additional music
John Neff .... music editor
Bill Post .... composer: additional music
Doree Post .... composer: additional music
Transportation Department
Steven Birds .... driver (as Steve Birds)
Stephan Brooks .... driver
Lonnie Craig .... driver
Edith Ewing .... driver
Mickey Guinn .... driver
Christian Hagele .... driver
Larry Hardman .... driver
Marlo Hellerstein .... transportation captain
John Jarvis .... driver
Peter Mandel .... driver (as Pete Mandel)
Lawrence Markham .... driver
Vern McKinney .... driver
James A. Murphy .... driver (as Jim Murphy)
Russel Overstreet .... driver (as Russell Overstreet)
Michael Ralph Price .... driver (as Mike Price)
Richard Reedy .... driver
Mike Riportella .... transportation captain
Lowell D. Smith .... driver (as Lowell Smith)
Paul Stanbrough .... driver
Mike Stevens .... driver
Danny L. Swanson .... driver (as Dan Swanson)
David Teasley .... driver (as Dave Teasley)
Allan Yamauchi .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Hilary Adahms .... stand-in: Ms. Watts (as Hilary Adams)
Joe Basile .... set production assistant
Angela Bright .... intern
Luis Brito .... catering chef
John T. Churchill .... on-set assistant: David Lynch (as John Churchill)
Sean Coffey .... apprentice
Hugo Cortez .... assistant chef
Erik Crary .... assistant: Mary Sweeney and Neal Edelstein
John Daud .... location production assistant
Julie Duvic .... location manager
Robb Earnest .... production coordinator
Rachel Florian .... production assistant
Rachael Lin Gallaghan .... production assistant
Cori Glazer .... script supervisor
Joe Hanna .... catering chef
Patrick G. Ingram .... set medic
Jay Johnson .... title designer: main titles
Jay Johnson .... main title design
Damiana Kamishin .... production assistant
Susan Kong .... assistant accountant
Kristi Lake .... production executive
Paxon Malloy .... set production assistant
Steve Marques .... payroll services
Holly McGovern .... assistant: Mary Sweeney and Neal Edelstein
Tom McGuire .... production consultant
David McKimmie .... production coordinator
Jill Meyers .... additional legal consultant
Jessica Milhollin .... production secretary
Christopher Miller .... location manager
Dan Muscarella .... technical services
Azalia O'Neal .... set medic
Gaye Pope .... executive assistant: David Lynch
Jean Quay .... set medic
Racer Rangel .... key set production assistant
Robin Ritter .... stand-in: Ms. Harring
Jim Roberts .... set medic
Jason Scheunemann .... on-set assistant: David Lynch
Sharlene D. Simmons .... craft service (as Sharlene Simmons)
Mike Sudrow .... weapons specialist
Damon Tinker .... production assistant
Mic Tomasi .... stand-in: Mr. Theroux (as Mick Tomasi)
Doug Towne .... production accountant
Grant Tucker .... assistant accountant
Carson Turner .... assistant location manager
Joshua Vancil .... production assistant
Maury Wray .... assistant: Michael Polaire
Robert 'Bobby Z' Zajonc .... aerial coordinator
Nathalie Radovic .... assistant to producer (uncredited)
Barbara Orbison .... special thanks
Jennifer Syme .... dedicatee

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Also Known As:
"Mulholland Drive" - France, UK, USA (closing credits title)
"Mulholland Drive" - Israel (English title), Japan (English title) (imdb display title)
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Rated R for violence, language and some strong sexuality
147 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Argentina:16 | Australia:MA | Belgium:KNT | Brazil:16 | Canada:14A (Alberta) | Canada:18A (British Columbia) | Canada:PA (Manitoba) | Canada:14 (Nova Scotia) | Canada:AA (Ontario) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) | Chile:18 | Finland:K-15 | France:U | Germany:16 | Iceland:16 | Ireland:15 | Israel:16 (TV rating) | Italy:T | Netherlands:16 | New Zealand:R16 | Norway:15 | Peru:18 | Portugal:M/16 | Singapore:R21 (cut) | South Korea:18 | Spain:18 | Sweden:15 | Switzerland:14 (canton of Geneva) | Switzerland:14 (canton of Vaud) | Switzerland:16 (canton of the Grisons) | UK:15 | USA:R (certificate #37982)

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Crew or equipment visible: When Adam Kesher leaves the meeting to smash the limo's windows, the crew is reflected in the window across the street, pushing the cameraman and dolly.See more »
[first lines]
Rita:What are you doing? We don't stop here.
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312 out of 444 people found the following review useful.
Not my favorite Lynch film, but very good and intriguing, 28 February 2005
Author: Brandt Sponseller from New York City

After two brief scenes that at first seem unrelated to the rest of the film, we see a dark-haired, obviously rich beauty in the back of a limousine. Her driver stops at an odd location on Mulholland Drive, which is a twisting, thickly wooded two-lane road full of mansions overlooking Los Angeles. Just as her driver and another man in the passenger seat turn around to kill her, two drag racing cars from the opposite direction come crashing into the limo. Only the dark-haired woman survives. She works her way down the ridge to Sunset Boulevard and hides in a vacationing woman's apartment. Shortly after, Betty (Naomi Watts), the vacationing woman's niece, shows up at the apartment and runs into the dark haired woman, who now has amnesia. The bulk of the first part of the film is Betty and the dark haired woman trying to figure out who she is, why people were trying to kill her and why she had thousands of dollars and a strange key in her purse. This is interspersed with oddly surreal threads about Hollywood producers and directors, with occasional forays into a land of hoodlums and prostitutes.

The above may sound a bit complicated and disjointed, but that's not the half of it. The film is constructed so that the meaning will always be open to interpretation. It's basically guaranteed that you will not understand this film and you will not have very much confidence arriving at your own interpretation the first time around. Even if you have a lot of experience with like-minded films--such as Memento (2000), Donnie Darko (2001), The I Inside (2003) and The Butterfly Effect (2004)--you may not understand it on a second viewing, either. The studio was aware of this to the extent that they had director David Lynch write "10 clues to unlocking this thriller" and they put it on the back of the chapter listing insert in the DVD. Lynch being of a particular disposition, these clues are almost as cryptic as the film itself. It doesn't help when trying to figure it out in the early stages that the structure is extremely complex. It takes a very long time to figure out what parts are supposed to be "real" and there is a complex nesting of flashbacks in some sections, with only contextual clues that they're flashbacks.

But is the film worth watching, or worth trying to figure out? That depends on your tastes, obviously. On a surface level, the film is certainly attractive if you are a fan of surrealism, although it will tend to seem a bit slow and overly disjointed to some viewers. But those qualities, and many other surrealist aspects of the film, are typical of Lynch. A prime Lynchian moment is the old couple in the beginning bizarrely smiling almost as if they're alien pod people trying to put on a front. If you're familiar with that style and like it, you'll find much to love here, although in many ways, Mulholland Drive is fairly understated for Lynch. It's also worth noting, for viewers who'll primarily be interested in it or who enjoy it just as much as other aspects, that Mulholland Drive has a quite steamy lesbian scene. It's not gratuitous, although I have no problems with gratuitousness, but is instead an important hinge in the film.

Like all of Lynch's films, it's easy to become enraptured in his unique approach to every aspect of filmic art and his attention to detail. Any serious student of film (including "armchair students"/"cinephiles") should study Mulholland Drive; many will love it. Lynch doesn't let anything pass unmanipulated. He includes brilliant color schemes (such as the plethora of reds and pinks) with important symbolism. He makes unusual use of sound, such as the ringing telephone carrying over into the section of score that follows it (when Betty first arrives at the airport). He directs his actors to deliver their lines in a plethora of bizarre ways, such as his characteristic odd pauses. He lets his odd and surprising sense of humor poke through, such as the name "Winkie's", and the "Hot Dogs--made for Pinks" sign that provides a clue to some of the color symbolism.

Lynch's attention to detail in production design provides important, subtle clues throughout the film to help one unlock the meaning. It's interesting to note that Lynch even apparently demands that the DVD programming be unusual--there are no chapters on the disc; you must either watch the film in real time or fast forward or rewind to get back to particular points.

If the surrealism and veiled meaning of the film are attractive to you, or if you're just fond of "puzzles", then Mulholland Drive is well worth watching for that aspect. There is a fairly accepted interpretation of the film, at least on a broad, generalized level. I won't recount the standard interpretation here--it is worth researching, but only after you've seen the film a couple times and have reached your own conclusions. Many articles and monographs have been written on the film and interpretations; there are even websites dedicated to it.

For my money, however, although I generally love Lynch and find many things about Mulholland Drive attractive, it is not quite a 10 for me, at least not yet (I have a feeling that my score could still rise on subsequent viewings). To me, though, the "twist" aspect of the film is done much better in other works such as The I Inside and The Butterfly Effect. Mulholland Drive is more attractive to me for its surface surrealistic touches, but the plot doesn't carry them as well as some of Lynch's other films.

Still, Mulholland Drive is certainly recommended for the right crowd. If you're serious about film and do not mind having to think about what you watch (as if those two would not necessarily coincide), you shouldn't miss this one.

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