Lost Highway y Mulholland Dr. de David Lynch: una aproximación psicoanalítico-comparativa

The article proposes a comparative and psychoanalytical reading to Lost Highway and Mulholland Dr., both films by North American movies Director David Lynch. The comparative analysis links characters and situations pointing to the confluence in the representation of certain topics and obsessions tha...

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Autor Principal: Rodríguez Jiménez, Leda
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: Escuela de Lenguas Modernas, Universidad de Costa Rica 2014
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/rlm/article/view/14039
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/23586
Sumario: The article proposes a comparative and psychoanalytical reading to Lost Highway and Mulholland Dr., both films by North American movies Director David Lynch. The comparative analysis links characters and situations pointing to the confluence in the representation of certain topics and obsessions that have become key characteristics in the visual-narrative of Lynch’s universe, while the psychoanalytic hermeneutic serves as a tool for the interpretation. The study delves deeper into the representation of reality and the subject made by both films, as the world depicted corresponds to the vision of two minds that go astray into a psychotic delirium. Furthermore, both texts emphasizes particularly on the construction of the feminine and the masculine, considering the crisis of these concepts through the main characters: Fred Madison and Diane Selwyn.