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When saxophonist Bill Pullman finds a videotape on his doorstep that depicts him standing over the murdered body of his wife Patricia Arquette, he is utterly confused and has no recollection of the events. Eventually jailed for the crime, he suffers an intense headache and wakes the next morning as a young auto mechanic named Pete (Balthazar Getty). Then things really start to get strange. Lynch used his own self-designed and ultra-modern Hollywood Hills house as the couple's home turned crime scene in this surreal thriller, described by the director as a "Möbius strip of a movie." DIR/SCR David Lynch; SCR Barry Gifford; PROD Deepak Nayar, Tom Sternberg, Mary Sweeney. France/U.S., 1997, color, 134 min. RATED R

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David Lynch
134 Minutes
Mystery thriller


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