Lost Highway

Lost Highway Sitting on Death Row awaiting execution for the murder of his wife Fred Madison experiences a shattering headache The next day a dazed and confused Pete Dayton is found in Madison s cell Dayton has

  • Title: Lost Highway
  • Author: David Lynch Barry Gifford
  • ISBN: 9780571191505
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sitting on Death Row, awaiting execution for the murder of his wife, Fred Madison experiences a shattering headache The next day, a dazed and confused Pete Dayton is found in Madison s cell Dayton has no memory of how he came to be there Madison has gone missing What follows may be reality or it may be part of a highly organized hallucination that Fred Madison is underSitting on Death Row, awaiting execution for the murder of his wife, Fred Madison experiences a shattering headache The next day, a dazed and confused Pete Dayton is found in Madison s cell Dayton has no memory of how he came to be there Madison has gone missing What follows may be reality or it may be part of a highly organized hallucination that Fred Madison is undergoing Lost Highway refuses to yield its secrets readily It communicates, not just through words, but through images and most of all through the mental states these words and images conjure up.

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    1. Someone remind me why I’d want to read the shooting script of a film I have seen more times than any other film. Why? I saw it on the shelf next to another book and grabbed it on a whim. I finished but the law of diminishing returns was definitely in effect.Takeaways / Fissures:1)I remember there was some buzz around the publication of this script because of a revealing (at least by Lynch standards) interview with David Lynch serving as front matter. At the time, everyone just wanted to know [...]

    2. fascinating to read. always been one of my favorite movies. i was kinda scared to read it for fear of having another miserable 2001: A Space Odyssey experience. but it wasn't like that; nothing is ruined or over-explained. it does add some definition here and there but it's all welcome and interesting. it also points up what a great director lynch is; it's not lifeless on the page but it's clearly just a blueprint have to watch the movie again sometime soon.

    3. Having watched the movie about a million times and only having my own interpretation of what it's about, I was hoping reading the script would clear things up a bit; it didn't. There are a few scenes that got cut from the movie that don't really add to the story or explain anything more, but they are interesting nonetheless. This movie continues to be my favorite David Lynch film and reading the original script further cements my love for it.

    4. Before a brilliant movie, Lost Highway was a brilliant screenplay written by David Lynch and Barry Gifford.

    5. بر شاخساران درخت غار دو کبوتر عریان دیدم یکی دیگری بود و دیگری هیچ کس نبود

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