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Lost Highway (1997) Dir – David Lynch

A never ending road or at least the cinematic allusion of one, the opening scene of David Lynch’s  psychosexual thriller prepares the audience for the movies mind bending moebius strip structure, establishing a sharp sense of unease. David Bowie wails ‘I’m Deranged’ over the stark imagery, the highway disappearing, consumed by darkness and we are drawn further into a fractured Lynchian universe and the tortured mind of a guilt ridden jazz saxophonist portrayed by 1990’s everyman actor Bill Pullman.