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Both actresses were relative unknowns at the time — indeed, both had kind of given up on Hollywood, which fits perfectly with the film’s themes of disillusionment and despair in the Dream Factory — and ’s success supercharged their careers.
Interestingly, for a while, the film itself looked like it may never see the light of day: It was originally supposed to be a TV series, but Lynch wound up reshooting and recutting it as a feature after the network rejected the pilot. The casting director that he often used, Johanna Ray, took me to the premiere; her son Eric Da Re was in it, and I had done a movie with him.
hit the Criterion Collection last week, and it’s lost none of its terrifying, dreamlike allure.
(If anything, it’s gained some over the years.) Central to the film’s artistry are its two brilliant female leads, Naomi Watts and Laura Harring.
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