Clay’s review published on Letterboxd:
This film went completely over my head, but I am sure that I liked it. After reading several other reviews, I only halfway understand how the movie ties itself together. Perhaps with more watches I will come to make more out of the "meaning" of the film, but I don't think that is the priority here. The nice thing about Lynch films is that even if you can't piece together what he is doing, he makes you feel. The film pulls you in through emotion; it appeals to one's sense of joy, sadness, love, fear, confusion. As the characters feel and express these emotions, so does the viewer. To me, achieving this emotional connection is one of Lynch's strongest skills as a director and it is on full display in Mulholland Drive. Looking forward to checking out more of his films after this.