Encyclopedia > Lost Highway

  Article Content

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"...

Notable cast:

All Wikipedia text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

  Search Encyclopedia

Search over one million articles, find something about almost anything!
  Featured Article
Class Warfare

...     Contents Class Warfare Class Warfare is a book of interviews with Noam Chomsky conducted by David Barsamian[?]. It was first published in the UK by ...

This page was created in 26.2 ms