Bil Browning

Llorando

Filed By Bil Browning | May 07, 2007 7:03 AM | comments

Filed in: Entertainment, Entertainment, You Gotta See This
Tags: Llorando, movies, Mulholland Drive, music, Rebekah Delrio

You know how there is a small minority of songs that you hear and can't get out of your mind? Either the tune was catchy or the artist just blew you away. This is one of the latter. Rebekah Dehlrio completely knocks this out of the park; her voice sends chills down my back... You can read the back story on the song here.


The clip is from the movie Mulholland Drive. I've never seen it - I just happened across the clip on YouTube and had to find a real copy to download. (Well, okay, Jerame had to find it for me... *grins*) Has anyone seen the movie? Is it any good?


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it's a david lynch film, so basically if you've seen other lynch films and enjoyed them, you may very well enjoy mulholland drive. but if you're not very familiar with lynch's work, you might be better off starting with an earlier film like blue velvet (or eraserhead?)

i will say that mulholland drive is the only lynch film (as far as i can recall) that explores lesbian themes, and has lesbian sex scenes, so that may be of interest to bilerico readers. but it's also arty to the point of being virtually incomprehensible.

A. J. Lopp | May 8, 2007 5:42 PM

Didn't like David Lynch's Mulholland Drive" ... but a drive from one end to the other on the real Molholland Drive is probably my favorite twenty scenic miles in America.