Blonde Betty Elms has only just arrived in Hollywood to become a movie star when she meets an enigmatic brunette with amnesia. Meanwhile, as the two set off to solve the second woman’s identity, filmmaker Adam Kesher runs into ominous trouble while casting his latest project.
Mulholland Drive (2001)
Tagline:An actress longing to be a star. A woman searching for herself. Both worlds will collide… on Mulholland Drive.
Cast:Adrien Curry, Angelo Badalamenti, Ann Miller, Billy Ray Cyrus, Blake Lindsley, Bonnie Aarons, Brent Briscoe, Brian Beacock, Chad Everett, Charles Croughwell, Christian Thompson, Conte Candoli, Cori Glazer, Dan Birnbaum, Dan Hedaya, Daniel Rey, David Frutos, David Schroeder, Diane Nelson, Enrique Buelna, Geno Silva, James Karen, Jeanne Bates, Johanna Stein, Joseph Kearney, Joshua Collazo, Justin Theroux, Kate Forster, Katharine Towne, Kimberly Clever, Laura Harring, Lee Grant, Lisa K. Ferguson, Lisa Lackey, Lori Heuring, Lyssie Powell, Marcus Graham, Mark Pellegrino, Maya Bond, Melissa George, Michael Cooke, Michael D. Weatherred, Michael Des Barres, Michael Fairman, Michael J. Anderson, Michele Hicks, Missy Crider, Mo Gallini, Monty Montgomery, Naomi Watts, Patrick Fischler, Peter Loggins, Randall Wulff, Rebekah Del Rio, Rena Riffel, Richard Green, Richard Mead, Rita Taggart, Robert Forster, Robert Katims, Scott Coffey, Sean Everett, Tad Horino, Thea Samuels, Theresa Salazar, Tom Morris, Tony Longo, Tyrah M. Lindsey, Vincent Castellanos, Wayne Grace, William Ostrander