There may not even be a mystery. Did your house have a rock and roll vibe? Love, unreturned love, pain, tears, spasm, loss, fear, compassion. Betty gets a Blue Box with a triangular keyhole in her bag. The show was eventually rejected by ABC, with whom Lynch was already having a rough relationship. The phone goes unanswered because Diane is unwilling to acknowledge that she is, indeed, the one and only creator of such machinations; the viewers themselves only make the connection hours later, when we see another shot of Diane's phone. You can update your preferences by clicking the link at the bottom of any Common Sense newsletter.
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MULHOLLAND DRIVE | British Board of Film Classification
Mulholland Drive indeed begins with success and recognition, derived from a dance of joy: The prostitute is the key - she shows how a change of identity can precipitate a total change of character - which relates to the protagonists as well as to the film itself. Betty gets a Blue Box with a triangular keyhole in her bag. Mulholland Drive is a famous road with much, much mood. The film is about naming, names and appearances - Diane attaches significance to characters she meets and situations that she is in which require no such significance. Only it's not a monster anymore.
However the director has already chosen Camilla represented by another of her conquests for the lead role. Is she a call girl living a double life? Because they promise much and only deliver a hollow cheapness followed by the bitterness of reality. She was so nervous Lynch built a tent around her so none of the crew could see her performance. Viewing actors as design elements, he often chooses unknowns with broad, blank faces.