10,000 BC

Lost Highway (1997)
After a bizarre encounter at a party, a jazz saxophonist is framed for the murder of his wife and sent to prison, where he inexplicably morphs into a young mechanic and begins leading a new life.
Bill Pullman Fred Madison
Patricia Arquette Renee Madison
Balthazar Getty Peter Raymond Dayton
Robert Blake Mystery Man
Natasha Gregson Wagner Sheila
Richard Pryor Arnie
Lucy Butler Candace Dayton
Michael Massee Andy
Jack Nance Phil
Jack Kehler Guard Johnny Mack
Henry Rollins Guard Henry
Giovanni Ribisi Steve 'V' Vincencio
Scott Coffey Teddy
Gary Busey William Dayton
Robert Loggia Mr. Eddy
John Roselius Det. Al
Louis Eppolito Det. Ed
Jenna Maetlind Party Girl
Michael Shamus Wiles Guard Mike
Mink Stole Jury Forewoman (voice)
Leonard Termo Judge (voice)
Ivory Ocean Guard Ivory
David Byrd Doctor Smordin
Gene Ross Warden Clements
F. William Parker Captain Luneau
Alexander Folk Prison Official #2
Carl Sundstrom Hank
John Solari Lou
Al Garrett Carl
Heather Stephens Lanie
Amanda Anka Girl #1
Jennifer Syme Junkie Girl
Matt Sigloch Assistant #1
Gilbert B. Combs Assistant #2 (as Gil Combs)
Greg Travis Tail Gate Driver
Lisa Boyle Marian
Leslie Bega Raquel
Marilyn Manson Porno Star #1
Jeordie White Porno Star #2 (as Twiggy Ramirez)
David Lynch Morgue Attendant (scenes deleted)
Dru Berrymore Blonde on Staircase (uncredited)
Roland Kermarec Man on Bus (uncredited)
Bill McAdams Jr. Bartender (uncredited)
Guy Siner Man in Group at Office (uncredited)
Lou Slaughter Slickster (uncredited)
Producer: Deepak Nayar,Tom Sternberg,Mary Sweeney
Writer: David Lynch,Barry Gifford
Possibly the strangest film ever made.
The thing that's great about Lost Highway is there is no absolute solution to the events in the film, everything about the film is open to interpretation and after you watch it you either need to thing and talk about it for a couple of hours or watch it again. In Mulholland Drive, people say that it needs to be watched twice to be fully understood. Lost highway needs to be watched about 3 or 4 time to be slightly understood and will probably never be fully understood. All the clues are there in the film but to include all of them to make sense is very difficult. However it is very rewarding to try and find out the meaning of Lost Highway.

Although it is described as a modern film-noir, it's more inspired by Alfred Hitchcock. The use of music to increase the suspense of the film is used a lot here and in many Hitchcock films such as Psycho. Even if you cant work out what it is about, it is still a very tense thriller.

Final Score – 10/10

Storage device:Divx 5
Imdb rating: 7.5
Musician: Angelo Badalamenti
Running time: 135 min
Subtitles: Svenska
Audio tracks: Stereo [English]
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Last modified: 2008-02-17 06:03:24