Directed by David Lynch
(USA/France, 1997, 4K digital restoration)
David Lynch’s meditation on the mysterious nature of identity stars Patricia Arquette in two separate but intersecting stories. In one, Bill Pullman plays her husband, a jazz musician accused of her murder. In the other, she becomes involved with a young mechanic (Balthazar Getty) while cheating on her gangster boyfriend (Robert Loggia). Lost Highway also features one of cinema’s spookiest characters, played by Robert Blake.
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