Five years after the critical and commercial disappointment of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, director David Lynch returned to the big screen with this cryptic thriller about confused identities and erotic obsession. Fred (Bill Pullman) is an avant-garde jazz saxophonist who shares a luxurious but fashionably barren house with his wife Renee ...
Five years after the critical and commercial disappointment of Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me, director David Lynch returned to the big screen with this cryptic thriller about confused identities and erotic obsession. Fred (Bill Pullman) is an avant-garde jazz saxophonist who shares a luxurious but fashionably barren house with his wife Renee (Patricia Arquette). Fred suspects that Renee may be unfaithful to him, but realizes he has bigger things to worry about when a series of videotapes appear at his door that prove someone is watching his home from the outside and inside. When Renee is found murdered, Fred finds himself behind bars, but one morning Fred is no longer in his cell. He has seemingly been transformed into Pete Drayton (Balthazar Getty), a young auto mechanic who foolishly allowed himself to get involved with the wife of gangster Dick Laurent (Robert Loggia), a luscious blonde named Alice who looks exactly like Renee. Mark Deming, Rovi
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Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty, Robert Blake, Natasha Gregson Wagner, Robert Loggia. Very good in very good packaging. Language: English. Run time: 135 mins. Originally released: 1997.
This is much more than a psychological thriller and goes deeper than Blue Velvet. It concerns a professional photographer who 'discovers' that he might have killed his wife but only through the videotapes of a stranger who has managed to film them having sex in the privacy of their home without them knowing it. We watch as the husband slowly slides into extreme mental paranoia.
When I first watched it I was unable to take my eyes off the screen and searched for months to find a copy. This is a cult film of the noir.