Mulholland Drive (2001)
Rita sees Rita Hayworth's name on a Gilda poster and decides to call herself Rita
the way ingrid bergman meets her husband's mother
Various themes and elements of plot are concurrent with the two films. Even the title of both are street names in Hollywood.
worker carrying red pipe during Pink's Hot Dog Stand scene
The scene following the Jitterbug contest dream mirrors the opening scenes of 'Carnival', where Mary Henry loses her memory in a drag-racing accident.
"silencio" said in the end of both movies
'The Sylvia North Story', the film Adam is directing, is a reference to 'Sylvia'.
the scene just before the nude scene between actresses comes from that
The sequence where a Roy Orbison song is lip-synched to ominous effect is mirrored in Club Silencio; Betty claims to be from Deep River, Ontario. This is the name of the apartments in Blue Velvet, which David Lynch also directed.
Towards the end of the first section of the film, Camilla begins wearing a blonde wig. This is the same one Perdita Durango wears in Lynch's 'Wild at Heart'.
The flashes of "blue light" during the Club Silencio parts are similar to when Laura is thinking about the ring (as well as being in the sleazy club) & gets the "visit" from Bob with the "blue flashes" in Fire Walk with Me.
Both tell the story of a woman who tries to make it in Hollywood. Both have a murder. Both involve a box for hats hiding a clue to the crimes that have been commited.
The casting Winona Ryder's character does is very similar to the one by Betty in Mulholland Drive.
Spielberg borrowed painting
The pink bathrobe worn by Naomi Watts is the same she wore in Mulholland Dr. Also all three actors of Rabbits are also starring in MD.
1. Scene at the beginning when G. Rush comes home and sees the van of the adulterer. 2. Next scene when the fast car drives by (with RR & his girlfriend).
one-sheet poster displayed
Kristin Cloke references the film in an interview situation
Often mentioned in reviews
Referenced by name
mentionned once by Eli Roth
The floor shown in the opening scene, interwoven with images spoofing Lost Highway and typical Lynchian motives mentioned by the narrator.
This movie gets mentioned.
Ellie passes the movie poster while walking to her manager's room.
Video case is shown in a video store.
Poster seen in Alex's room.
duality and character's name Diana
The scene involving Rebekah Del Rio is a reference to the Silencio scene in Mulholland Drive
Makes the countdown, is talked about.
The end credit sequence features characters from Mulholland Dr.
for the car crash sequence
Pete wants to watch the lesbian scene from it
This documentary analyses the main place that David Lynch gives to the sound in his movie Mulholland.
A poster of this movie is seen on the wall
Mentioned in a dialogue
George to Mason "All you're missing is the little blue box."
Referenced by name.
Discussed by characters
social expectation of universal female bisexuality
Christy says that "Road to Nowhere" reminded her of the film
Christy says that she changed her mind about the film on a later viewing
a sign post in one scene
Mentioned in the "We Saw Your Boobs" song.
Linda Scott's I've Told Every Little Star is played over the opening credits and was memorably featured in David Lynch's Mulholland Drive (2001).
Clips are shown
Clip from show is used in this episode.
excerpt in movie
Amanda Seyfried's #4 Favorite Film.
clip used from movie featuring Michael J. Anderson
Critic discusses his interpretation of this movie
Guy walking down the street sees and says 'hey' to hot lesbians, creepy cowboy, and a filthy mysterious bum
When Bishop (the cook) meets Mitch (the new guy) first (9min), he talks like the cowboy in the corral-scene (66min) of 'Mulholland Drive'