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It was ranked among the 1,000 greatest films of all-time, according to They Shoot Pictures, Don't They?, at number 852.Lost Highway has had a poor release history in North America, but the Region 2 and 4 releases have had a two-disc treatment, with improved audio and visual, as well as a "Making Of" featurette and numerous interviews.The film made its official U.S.DVD debut on March 25, 2008 through Universal Studios' Focus Features label.
This production was directed by Diane Paulus, with set and costume design by Riccardo Hernandez, video design by Philip Bussmann, lighting design by Mimi Jordan Sherin and sound design by Markus Noisternig.
This interpretation is also used in Lynch's more well-known work Mullholand Drive (2001).
: "A fugue starts off one way, takes up on another direction, and then comes back to the original, so it [relates] to the form of the film." Gifford researched psychogenic fugues with a clinical psychologist at.
In the same way, William Golding's book Pincher Martin, which sets out in detail the life of the eponymous hero as he struggles to save himself after his ship is torpedoed, actually turns out to be his life flashing before his eyes - at the end two other naval officers find his body and realize "he never got his bloody seaboots off".
The film has since achieved status as a cult film.Fred Madison (Bill Pullman) is a wealthy Los Angeles saxophonist who, after a long night's work, receives a message from an unknown man on the intercom of the front door of his house saying, "Dick Laurent is dead." When he looks out his window, police sirens are heard in the distance, but the streets outside his house are empty.Fred then plays his saxophone at a nightclub that night where his beautiful, mysterious wife Renee (Patricia Arquette) does not join him.