Mulholland Drive (film) | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Philip Kerr

This literature criticism consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis & critique of Mulholland Drive (film).
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Critical Review by Philip Kerr

SOURCE: Kerr, Philip. “LA Confident.” New Statesman 131, no. 4570 (14 January 2002): 44-5.

In the following review, Kerr recommends Mulholland Drive as Lynch's “best and most erotic film since Blue Velvet.

Mulholland Drive is a road in Los Angeles that twists and turns for ten miles along the crest of the Santa Monica Mountains, and connects the Encino Reservoir, made famous in Roman Polanski's Chinatown, with the Hollywood Hills, made famous by that eponymous, cliched and ultimately irrelevant hillside sign. Mulholland is quite a drive, especially at night, and between Coldwater and Laurel Canyon there are lots of places to pull over, enjoy spectacular views of night-time LA, and reflect on how this land-based empyrean of myriad coruscating lights seems well named as “the City of Angels”—or at...

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