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Found 2 results

  1. NBooth

    Lucky (John Carroll Lynch, 2017)

    IMDB link The write-up on this one sounds like something that would have gotten it on the ballot for the "Waking Up" list if it had come out earlier:
  2. NBooth

    Mulholland Drive

    Apparently we don't have a thread for this one? My google skills show nothing, at least.... IMDB link I've suggested it for the initial round of nominations for the Top 25 Films on Memory. Obviously, I think it's an excellent fit for the list--it's a slippery movie to pin down, but one of the most compelling readings I've come across suggests that the movie is, at base, about reconstructing the past. This is my own reading: that the only "real" stuff is buried under Betty/Diane's psychotic attempt to rectify an evil that she's done in the past--and so she "remembers" events differently in order to vindicate herself to herself. --of course, as opaque as the movie is, such a reading doesn't explain it. It actively works against explanation.
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