Lost Highway (1997)

Lost Highway (1997)



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Set in a city suspiciously like Los Angeles, both blazingly modern and resolutely retro in look and feel. A jazz musician, tortured by the notion that his wife is having an affair, suddenly finds himself accused of her murder. In a parallel story, a young mechanic is drawn into a web of deceit by a temptress who is cheating on her gangster boyfriend. These two tales are linked by the fact that both women may, in fact, be the same woman. The men are also connected by a mysterious turn of events that calls into question their very identities.
Rating: R
Genre: Drama , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: David Lynch
Written By: David Lynch , Barry Gifford
In Theaters: wide
Universal Pictures


Bill Pullman
as Fred Madison
Patricia Arquette
as Renee Madison/Alice Wakefield
Balthazar Getty
as Pete Dayton
Lisa Boyle
as Marian
Jack Kehler
as Guard Johnny Mack
Robert Blake
as Mystery Man
Henry Rollins
as Guard Henry
Gene Ross
as Warden Clements
Gary Busey
as Bill Dayton
Robert Loggia
as Mr. Eddy/Dick Laurent
Jenna Maetlind
as Party Girl
Mink Stole
as Forewoman
Ivory Ocean
as Guard Ivory
David Byrd
as Doctor Smordin
F. William Parker
as Captain Luneau
Guy Siner
as Prison Official No. 1
Alexander Folk
as Prison Official No. 2
Lucy Butler
as Candace Dayton
Giovanni Ribisi
as Steve `V'
Amanda Anka
as Girl No. 1
Jennifer Syme
as Junkie Girl
Matt Sigloch
as Assistant No. 1
Gil Combs
as Assistant No. 2
Greg Travis
as Tail Gate Driver
Marilyn Manson
as Porno Star No. 1
Twiggy Ramirez
as Porno Star No. 2
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Critic Reviews for Lost Highway

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Full Review… | October 17, 2008
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Full Review… | April 2, 2008
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Full Review… | June 23, 2006
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Full Review… | November 6, 2002
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Full Review… | June 18, 2002
San Francisco Chronicle
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Audience Reviews for Lost Highway

A jazz saxophonist is accused of murdering his wife; on death row, he mysteriously suddenly turns into a young mechanic who is released and has an affair with a gangster's moll who looks exactly like the dead wife. A lush and sensuous Lynchian nightmare borrowing equally from horror movie and film noir; much like his succeeding film, MULHOLLAND DRIVE, except more baffling.

Greg S
Greg S

Another David Lynch film that will baffle you as you try to work out what is real, what isn't, what is going on? It's not quite as strange as some of his other films, but that's not saying much. He does have a slick style though, one film that will make you think about it long after viewing.

Dean King
Dean King

Underrated and creepy as hell, Lost Highway is two stories mashed together. Robert Blake is one of the scariest things I've ever seen in this one.

Graham Jones
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