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Lost Highway

Lost Highway is a film noir released in 1997. It was directed by David Lynch, who also co-wrote the script together with Barry Gifford[?]. Throughout the film, Lynch is constantly trying to push the physical properties of celluloid to its' limit leaving the film with a unique look to it. Dealing with the fallibility human memory, the film is to most a confusing but unforgettable experience. Infamously, the film received two thumbs down from Siskel and Ebert - though Lynch used this to his advantage by claiming it was "two good reasons to go and see Lost Highway"...

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