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Art Alert: Mulholland Drive screens at Cairo’s Magnolia Leaves of Art

The multi-award winning movie will be displayed on 13 March

Ahram Online , Thursday 9 Mar 2017
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Mullholland Drive (Photo: fragment from poster)
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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.

Programme:
Monday 13 March, 7 pm
Magnolia Leaves of Art, 12 Mohamed Anis street, Zamalek, Cairo

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