I just finished watching one of the best films of the year, "Mulholland Drive." If you haven't seen it yet, go and rent it. If you have seen it, I'm curious to know what you think of it. I'm usually pretty good at deciphering Lynch's works but this one has me pretty stumped. Some things are obvious though... Start Spoilers! Obviously the first 3/4 of the film is a dream but its the parts of the dream that have me stumped. Such as the "Cowboy" What is the meaing for his being there...is he perhaps the Grim Reaper? (See me once - Good. See me twice - Bad) Secondly, the old couple has me perplexed. Are they the "happy face" of Hollywood? What about the "monster" beind the Winkies? Is he the "underbelly" of Los Angelos? Also is it just me, or was this film loaded with numbers? 16, 17, 12...I wonder if there was a meaning to them. Lastly, what does "Tout Paris" mean in english? Betty (Diane) takes a pair of scissors from Rita (Camilla) while shes trying to cut her hair and places it on this book called "Tout Paris." Lynch made a point of panning the camera over and showing us the book, so it obviuosly has a meaning. Any ideas? End Spoilers I love Lynch's works...so original and unique. I wish I hadn't seen the movie alone. Part of the fun of his films is discussing them afterwards.