Japanese poster for Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)
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Japanese poster for Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)

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This Magic Moment ‐ Lou Reed

foxesinbreeches:

Lou Reed - This Magic Moment (from Lost Highway soundtrack)




“I like to remember things my own way. How I remembered them, not necessarily the way they happened.” — 

David Lynch, Lost Highway

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fette:

Excerpt from David Lynch, Lost Highway, 1997, with music by Lou Reed, This Magic Moment.




I'm Deranged (Reprise) ‐ David Bowie

David Bowie - I’m Deranged (Reprise)

From the Lost Highway soundtrack




This Magic Moment ‐ Lou Reed

Lou Reed - This Magic Moment (from Lost Highway soundtrack)




obscureandoffbeatcinema:


Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)


Since I seem to be going in the direction of some kind of ‘problematic fetishism’ theme here….

obscureandoffbeatcinema:

Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)

Since I seem to be going in the direction of some kind of ‘problematic fetishism’ theme here….




Poster for Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997) 
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Poster for Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)

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Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)
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Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)

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“For me, Lynch’s movies’ deconstruction of this weird irony of the banal has affected the way I see and organize the world. I’ve noted since 1986 (when Blue Velvet was released) that a good 65 percent of the people in metropolitan bus terminals between the hours of midnight and 6 A.M. tend to qualify as Lynchian figures-grotesque, enfeebled, flamboyantly unappealing, freighted with a woe out of all proportion to evident circumstances … a class of public-place humans I’ve privately classed, via Lynch, as “insistently fucked up.” Or, e.g. we’ve all seen people assume sudden and grotesque facial expressions-like when receiving shocking news, or biting into something that turns out to be foul, or around small kids for no particular reason other than to be weird-but I’ve determined that a sudden grotesque facial expression won’t qualify as a really Lynchian facial expression unless the expression is held for several moments longer than the circumstances could even possibly warrant, until it starts to signify about seventeen different thin sat once.” — 

David Foster Wallace, Lost Highway Article, September 1996. Via. Read the essay in its entirety.

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Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)
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Lost Highway (David Lynch, 1997)

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fette:

Screen shots from David Lynch, Lost Highway, 1997. Via. See also, the YSL Opium ad.

fette:

Screen shots from David Lynch, Lost Highway, 1997. Via. See also, the YSL Opium ad.




fuckyeahdavidlynch:

ohvienna:

“Song to the Siren” (performed by This Mortal Coil), scene from David Lynch’s Lost Highway (1997) [NSFW, surely].