One of the great delights of watching a David Lynch movie comes from the thrill of exploring the film's mysterious depths. Here, in an online-exclusive excerpt from a new interview with actor Justin Theroux, conducted for Criterion's release of Lynch’s heartbreaking Hollywood love story Mulholland Dr., the film's costar discusses the confounding nature of Lynch's work and the importance of creating your own interpretation of its meaning.
Across the Great Divide: Creating Powell and Pressburger’s Stairway to Heaven
In one of the most stunning technical feats in their filmography, directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger envisioned a conveyance that sends souls into the great beyond.
Getting into Character for sex, lies, and videotape
Sex, shame, and sibling rivalry: actors Andie MacDowell and Laura San Giacomo talk about capturing the layers of conflict and taboo in Steven Soderbergh’s debut feature.
How Ron Shelton Did Justice to the “Talking Sport”
The director of Bull Durham explains the ins and outs of bringing baseball to the screen and why Kevin Costner is the finest athletic actor he’s worked with.