David Lynch’s Mullholland Drive (2001), a mystery/crime film, will be showing at Magnolia Leaves of Art in Cairo’s Zamalek on Monday 13 March.
The movie is a mixture of corruption, love and purity, depicting Betty a motivated young actress who is left alone at her aunt’s house where she finds a woman left with amnesia due to a car accident and tries to help her.
In two hours, the film presents a blend of dreams and nightmares and explores a variety of sensual experiences.
The movie won 11 awards including Cannes Best Director Award, BAFTA Award for Best Editing, and Bodil Award for Best American Film, among others.
Monday 13 March, 7 pm
Magnolia Leaves of Art, 12 Mohamed Anis street, Zamalek, Cairo
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