Lost Highway

1997  134 MN


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David Lynch

A tormented jazz musician finds himself lost in an enigmatic story involving murder, surveillance, gangsters, doppelgangers, and an impossible transformation inside a prison cell.

 Release Date

January 15, 1997


2h14m (134 min)

 Top Billed Cast

 Bill Pullman
 Fred Madison
 Patricia Arquette
 Renee Madison / Alice Wakefield
 Balthazar Getty
 Pete Dayton
 Robert Blake
 Mystery Man
 John Roselius
 Louis Eppolito

 Written by

David Lynch Writer
Barry Gifford Writer



Bill Pullman
  Fred Madison
Patricia Arquette
  Renee Madison / Alice Wakefield
Balthazar Getty
  Pete Dayton
Robert Blake
  Mystery Man
John Roselius
Louis Eppolito
Jenna Maetlind
  Party Girl
Michael Massee
Henry Rollins
  Guard Henry
Michael Shamus Wiles
  Guard Mike
Mink Stole
Leonard Termo
Ivory Ocean
  Guard Ivory
Jack Kehler
  Guard Johnny Mack
David Byrd
  Doctor Smordin
Gene Ross
  Warden Clements
F. William Parker
  Captain Luneau
Guy Siner
  Prison Official #1
Alexander Folk
  Prison Official #2
Gary Busey
  Bill Dayton
Lucy Butler
  Candace Dayton
Carl Sundstrom
John Solari
  The Dog
Al Garrett
Heather Stephens
Giovanni Ribisi
  Steve "V"
Scott Coffey
Natasha Gregson Wagner
Amanda Anka
  Girl #1
Jennifer Syme
  Junkie Girl
Richard Pryor
Robert Loggia
  Mr. Eddy / Dick Lauren
Matt Sigloch
  Assistent #1
Gilbert B. Combs
  Assistent #2
Greg Travis
  Tail Gate Driver
Jack Nance
Lisa Boyle
Leslie Bega
Marilyn Manson
  Porno Star #1
Jeordie White
  Porno Star #2


Johanna Ray
Tom Sternberg
Deepak Nayar
Deepak Nayar
  Unit Production Manager
David Lynch
David Lynch
  Sound Designer
David Lynch
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
David Lynch
Angelo Badalamenti
  Original Music Composer
Patricia Norris
  Production Design
Barry Gifford
Elaine J. Huzzar
Sabrina S. Sutherland
  Production Supervisor
Cori Glazer
  Script Supervisor
Leslie Morales
  Set Decoration
Debbie Zoller
  Makeup Artist
Paul Hughen
  Camera Operator
Scott Andrew Ressler
  First Assistant Camera
Suzanne Tenner
  Still Photographer
Michael LaViolette
John Willis III
  Best Boy Electric
Philip Sloan
Tim Collins
Todd Griffith
Paul Wilkowsky
William Roy Eckert
Susumu Tokunow
  Sound mixer
Kevin Kubota
  Boom Operator
Julie Duvic
  Location Manager
Karen R. Sachs
  Production Manager
Cynthia Wise
  Production Accountant
Desmond Cannon
  Post Production Supervisor
Frank Gaeta
  Supervising Sound Editor
Frank Gaeta
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
John Ross
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Derek Marcil
  Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Derek Marcil
  ADR & Dubbing
Javier Bennassar
  Sound Effects Editor
David Melhase
  Sound Effects Editor
Benjamin L. Cook
  Sound Effects Editor
Cormac Funge
  Sound Effects Editor
Elmo Weber
  Sound Effects Editor
Bill Brown
  Sound Effects Editor
Dean Hovey
  Sound Effects Editor
Frederick Howard
  Sound Effects Editor
Marc Vanocur
  Music Editor
Mary Erstad
Ossama Khuluki
Catherine Harper
Christopher Moriana
Ellen Heuer
Lucy Sustar
  Foley Editor
Marilyn Graf
  Foley Editor
David Mann
  Foley Editor
Laura Laird
  Foley Editor
Joshua E. Schneider
  Foley Editor
Cassandra King
  Post Production Assistant
David A. Poole
  Special Effects
Michael Wilmot
  Special Effects
Bart Barber
  Special Effects
Greg Polutonovich
Ed Morris
  Executive Consultant
Jiří Zobač
  Sound Engineer
Bruce Paul Barbour
Robert Jauregui
Rick Seaman
Peter Deming
  Director of Photography
Philip Bartko
  Special Effects
Louis Creveling
  Dialogue Editor
Thomas Jones
  Supervising Dialogue Editor
David Grant
  Dialogue Editor
Susan Shin
  Dialogue Editor
Paul Longstaffe
  Dialogue Editor
Craig Sherman Hall
  Property Master
Hilary Schroeder
  Assistant Editor


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 New Review

Visionary or random?
By Jack Anderson on August 14, 2019

I am not able to make up my mind over Lost Highway.

From the start, the movie is having an excruciatingly slow pace. Is sit bad? Not really. Is it good? I’m not sure either.

Visually, the film is having the classic look from the 90’s, which to be honest I am not a huge fan. Of course, it would be totally stupid for me to judge a film based on its decade.

Is the movie bizarre for the sake of being bizarre, or is there a real meaning behind all of it? That's the entire point of talking about the film. Sure, this is obviously extremely fun to have to watch great images, naked women, gun, Rammstein music, but is there really a sense in all that?
Actually, beyond even a sense, does the imagery provide a cathartic sense to the audience? Not to me, at least. I don't care about understanding or not a movie. I care about the journey and I don't embark on any journey when watching Lost Highway.

I should probably watch the film a couple of more times and perhaps even more, in order to dig deeper and hopefully reach a more profound level. But for now, I must confess I do not like Lost Highway. Here, I said it.

I give it 4 out of 10. Average.


**Lynch's Masterpiece.**

This is my favorite Lynch films, hands down.

First saw it in a theatre and the film's lighting was so weird and disorienting that at times you weren't sure if there was some weird exterior light source hitting the screen. Uber weird.

More twist and turns than the highway itself :P

For sure it's fun to try and nail down exactly what happened but IMHO it's a little more fun not to know - each time you rewatch it you might see/think/feel something different.


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