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(2001, David Lynch) Surrealist vignettes blur into Neo-Noir, as aspiring actress/jitterbugging leading lady Naomi Watts dances on a fine line between dreams, alternate realities and multiple identities, in Lynch's "poisonous valentine to Hollywood" (J. Hoberman). Approx. 147 min. 35mm.
“Hypnotic, full-bore Lynchian strangeness, loaded with the writer-director’s trademark visual fetishes and unexplainable dream logic, anchored by a knockout performance from Watts.”
– Leonard Maltin
“A surrealist dreamscape in the form of a Hollywood film noir, and the less sense it makes, the more we can't stop watching it. We're drawn along as if one thing leads to another--but nothing leads anywhere, and that's even before the characters start to fracture and recombine like flesh caught in a kaleidoscope. This is a movie to surrender yourself to. If you require logic, see something else.”
– Roger Ebert