Hollywood Occult Brainwashing in Lynch’s ‘Mulholland Drive’

Jay's Analysis

Film Poster. Wikimedia Commons. Film Poster. Wikimedia Commons.

“‘I learned that just beneath the surface there’s another world, and still different worlds as you dig deeper.’ – David Lynch

By: Jay

The Academy Award-nominated 2001 work of David Lynch, Mulholland Drive, is remembered by most as a macabre, satirical nightmare dreamscape of Neo-noir centering around a typical girl next door’s dream of becoming the next Hollywood starlet.  That is about the only thing viewers can agree the film is about.  Reviewers speak of “surrealism,” “imagination,” “nightmares,” and a few of the more philosophical pieces look at semiotics in relation to the performance at Club Silencio, yet no one seems able to truly crack the language of Mulholland, even with Lynch’s clues and hints.  In my analysis, I want to propose something radically different – Mulholland follows Lost Highway as a similar story of Hollywood dark side, but with a new twist, revealing…

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