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On David Lynch’s Highway: Lost Highway


American drama, 128 min, 1997
in original language with Hungarian subtitles

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Director: David Lynch

DOP: Peter Deming, Angelo Badalament, written by David Lynch, Barry Gifford, edited by Mary Sweeney
cast: Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Richard Pryor, Robert Blake

Probably none of Lynch’s earlier films had tested audiences as much as the 1997 Lost Highway. Middle-aged saxophonist Fred (Bill Pullman) believes he is cheated on by his wife, Renee (Patricia Arquette), who has neglected him recently. When she is found dead, Fred is suspected of murdering her.

Introduction by filmhistorian Attila Varró.

David Lynch is one of the most original contemporary film directors. His untameable imagination, special outlook, and distinctive humour have amalgamated into an unmistakable style. Apropos of the Budapest Photo Festival’s exhibition, David Lynch: Small Stories, the Budapest Spring Festival salutes the director’s unique cinematic universe with a series of screenings that presents four of his films, some of them rarely shown, the others recently digitally remastered.

It is not recommended for viewing by persons under 16.

Tickets: HUF 1800

Back to the programme of the On David Lynch’s Highway.


An event jointly organized with Budapest Spring Festval
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Budapesti Tavaszi Fesztivál 2019. 

Pénztárnyitás és Emeleti kávézó: Az első előadás előtt 30 perccel.
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