I've pre orderd this from criterion from zavvi in the uk.A UK 4K release of Mulholland Drive will be from StudioCanal
It's getting a 4K Steelbook release
Criterion don't have rights in UK or France for this film
Twin Peaks Fire walk with me in UK was previously with Universal Pictures
The rights then went to Paramount who released the Twin Peaks: From Z to A Box Set
Criterion was able to licence Fire walk with me from paramount for their release
That paramount box set used the previous criterion remaster
Criterion then decided on a 4K UHD release for both USA and UK
Your criterion order of Mulholland Dr on Zavvi UK (It's the USA release) it will be ok as in you will have order dispatched but don't be surprised if you see Criterion USA listing removed on Zavvi UK at some stageI've pre orderd this from criterion from zavvi in the uk.
You’re not missing anything, but I would say that both artists are simply mimicking a famous painting by Edward Hopper. Not cool.
It makes sense with the Shirley film because the whole film is shot in the Edward hopper art style. I just don’t see the reference for mulholland drive to be using that art, it’s completely irrelevantYou’re not missing anything, but I would say that both artists are simply mimicking a famous painting by Edward Hopper. Not cool.
I must say, that this sounds very much like Mulholland Drive and the different possibilities to interpret this movie and now I think that the adaptation of the Sybil-cover is good."I wanted to depict Betty in a dream like world filled with symbols and double meanings, she is a very lonely prisoner of her own mind..."
I know what you mean - it doesn´t look very thrilling.I don’t know, I see isolation, but I also see someone who is content or comfortable in that isolation. It’s almost serene.
My memory of mulholland Drive does not recall serenity or a feeling of content. We can easily plonk Sarah Connor, Motoko Kisangani, or johanssen from lost in translation in the same scene and it could work, along with many others, but I’m not convinced about mulholland drive.
But it’s a nice image
"Morning Sun" has been parodied so many times already, it's hard to believe the studio thought one more version was a great idea for Mulholland Drive. Embarrassing.I don’t think Lynch is involved when choosing the art cover?
The art cover for the steel book kinda sucks! Betty/Diane did not live in a house in the Hollywood Hills overlooking the Hollywood sign. I agree with previous comments that the art is too ‘serene’, nothing new or creative since it has been done before, plus it doesn’t have any darkness or mystery that matched the movie’s energy. They could just have made a steel book cover based on the first classic art cover/poster, it would have been better in my opinion. The Japanese 4K cover seems a lot more exciting and based on the classic artwork.