Friday, April 19, 2002

Lost on 'Mulholland Drive' : Every year Roger Ebert joins students and townspeople at the University of Colorado on a five-day, 12-hour, shot-by-shot trek through a film via 'Cinema Interruptus'. This year he chose Mulholland Drive, my favourite film of 2001 as well. The results: The film still resists, defies and finally defeats logical explanation. It is impossible to produce a consistent precis of the film that accounts for everything. And there is an admirable reason for this: Like a dream, it does not have to make sense. . Well said. 'Nuff said.

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