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Lost Highway (1997)

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A tormented jazz musician finds himself lost in an enigmatic story involving murder, surveillance, gangsters, doppelgangers, and an impossible transformation inside a prison cell.

Director: David Lynch

Release Date: 1997-01-15
Status: Released
Run time: 134 min / 2:14
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $3,675,201
Production Companies : Ciby 2000, October Films, Asymmetrical Productions, Lost Highway Productions
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 1997-01-15
Status: Released
Run time: 134 min / 2:14
Budget: $15,000,000
Revenue: $3,675,201

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Casts

Bill Pullman
as Fred Madison
Patricia Arquette
as Renee Madison
John Roselius
as Al
Louis Eppolito
as Ed
Robert Blake
as Mystery Man
Jenna Maetlind
as Party Girl
Michael Massee
as Andy
Henry Rollins
as Guard Henry
Michael Shamus Wiles
as Guard Mike
Mink Stole
as Forewoman
Leonard Termo
as Judge
Ivory Ocean
as Guard Ivory
Jack Kehler
as Guard Johnny Mack
David Byrd
as Doctor Smordin
Gene Ross
as Warden Clements
Balthazar Getty
as Pete Dayton
F. William Parker
as Captain Luneau
Guy Siner
as Prison Official #1
Alexander Folk
as Prison Official #2
Gary Busey
as Bill Dayton
Lucy Butler
as Candace Dayton
Carl Sundstrom
as Hank
John Solari
as Lou
Jack
as The Dog
Al Garrett
as Carl
Heather Stephens
as Lanie
Giovanni Ribisi
as Steve "V"
Scott Coffey
as Teddy
Natasha Gregson Wagner
as Sheila
Amanda Anka
as Girl #1
Jennifer Syme
as Junkie Girl
Richard Pryor
as Arnie
Robert Loggia
as Mr. Eddy / Dick Lauren
Matt Sigloch
as Assistent #1
Gilbert B. Combs
as Assistent #2
Greg Travis
as Tail Gate Driver
Jack Nance
as Phil
Lisa Boyle
as Marian
Leslie Bega
as Raquel
Marilyn Manson
as Porno Star #1
Jeordie White
as Porno Star #2

Crew

Directing David Lynch Director
Production Deepak Nayar Unit Production Manager
Production Sabrina S. Sutherland Production Supervisor
Directing Cori Glazer Script Supervisor
Art Leslie Morales Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Debbie Zoller Makeup Artist
Camera Paul Hughen Camera Operator
Camera Suzanne Tenner Still Photographer
Lighting Michael LaViolette Gaffer
Lighting John Willis III Best Boy Electric
Camera Philip Sloan Grip
Camera Tim Collins Grip
Camera Todd Griffith Grip
Camera Paul Wilkowsky Grip
Camera William Roy Eckert Grip
Sound Susumu Tokunow Sound mixer
Sound Kevin Kubota Boom Operator
Production Julie Duvic Location Manager
Production Karen R. Sachs Production Manager
Production Cynthia Wise Production Accountant
Crew Desmond Cannon Post Production Supervisor
Sound David Lynch Sound Designer
Sound Frank Gaeta Supervising Sound Editor
Sound John Ross Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Frank Gaeta Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Derek Marcil Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound David Lynch Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Javier Bennassar Sound Effects Editor
Sound David Melhase Sound Effects Editor
Sound Benjamin L. Cook Sound Effects Editor
Sound Cormac Funge Sound Effects Editor
Sound Elmo Weber Sound Effects Editor
Sound Bill Brown Sound Effects Editor
Sound Dean Hovey Sound Effects Editor
Sound Frederick Howard Sound Effects Editor
Sound Marc Vanocur Music Editor
Sound Derek Marcil ADR & Dubbing
Sound Mary Erstad Foley
Sound Ossama Khuluki Foley
Sound Catherine Harper Foley
Sound Christopher Moriana Foley
Sound Ellen Heuer Foley
Crew Cassandra King Post Production Assistant
Crew David A. Poole Special Effects
Crew Michael Wilmot Special Effects
Crew Bart Barber Special Effects
Art Greg Polutonovich Sculptor
Production Ed Morris Executive Consultant
Sound Jiří Zobač Sound Engineer
Visual Effects John T. Churchill Creature Design
Visual Effects Cole S. McKay Creature Design
Visual Effects Jim Palmer Creature Design
Visual Effects Rick Seaman Creature Design
Production Johanna Ray Casting
Production Elaine J. Huzzar Casting
Editing Mary Sweeney Editor
Art Patricia Norris Production Design
Camera Peter Deming Director of Photography
Production Tom Sternberg Producer
Production Mary Sweeney Producer
Crew Philip Bartko Special Effects
Crew Bruce Paul Barbour Stunts
Production Deepak Nayar Producer
Writing David Lynch Writer
Writing Barry Gifford Writer
Sound David Grant Dialogue Editor
Camera Scott Andrew Ressler First Assistant Camera
Sound Angelo Badalamenti Original Music Composer
Sound Marilyn Graf Foley Editor
Sound David Mann Foley Editor
Sound Laura Laird Foley Editor
Sound Lucy Sustar Foley Editor
Sound Joshua E. Schneider Foley Editor
Sound Susan Shin Dialogue Editor
Sound Paul Longstaffe Dialogue Editor
Sound Louis Creveling Dialogue Editor
Sound Thomas Jones Supervising Dialogue Editor
Art Craig Sherman Hall Property Master
Crew Robert Jauregui Stunts
Editing Hilary Schroeder Assistant Editor

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  • "Lost Highway'' plays like a director's idea book, in which isolated scenes and notions are jotted down for possible future use. Instead of massaging them into a finished screenplay, Lynch and collaborator Barry Gifford seem to have filmed the notes.

  • Audience Reviews for Lost Highway ½ "l like to remember things my own way" Whenever you approach a David Lynch film, you really have to be prepared for a surrealistic, mind-boggling challenge.

  • Lost Highway movie reviews & Metacritic score: This neo-noir is a mesmerizing meditation on the mysterious nature of identity from director David Lynch. (O...

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  • Lost Highway is not an artistic failure; in many ways, it’s Lynch at his most daring, emotional, and personal. It has not achieved the same attention his other films have, though it makes a fitting companion piece to, and inversion of, Mulholland Drive in countless ways.

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  • FRANKFURT, Germany — Olga Neuwirth’s “Lost Highway,” which is based on David Lynch’s magnificently mysterious (even for him) 1997 film, is a magnificently mysterious opera (even for her ...

  • The first thirty minutes of LOST HIGHWAY are a David Lynch fan's dream. All his trademarks are there -- the darkness, the atmospheric soundtrack, the rich colors, the exquisitely slow pacing, the long silences, the disturbing mystery.

  • There is present production, “Hank Williams, Lost Highway” written by Randal Myler and Mark Harelik, is a stunningly directed (Julie Ritchey and Omen Sade) portrayal of this “Country Western” legend’s life and the imprint that his music has left on those who love the C&W sounds."

  • Lost Highway is a 1997 neo-noir film directed by David Lynch and co-written by Lynch and Barry Gifford. It stars Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, ... Upon release, Lost Highway received mixed reviews and grossed $3.7 million in North America after a modest three-week run.