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Los Feliz 3 | In 35mm
Home / Now Showing / LOST HIGHWAY
Did jazzman Fred Madison (Bill Pullman) murder his wife? Drawing on many of noir’s most familiar themes – the crumbling of a guilty psyche, the distrust between men and women, the erotic allure of the dark side – LOST HIGHWAY brazenly deconstructs a noir narrative and reconfigures it all as balls-to-the-wall cinematic poetry. With Patricia Arquette, Balthazar Getty.