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Mulholland Drive is National Critics' choice

Mulholland Drive was named best picture of 2001 by the influential National Society Of Film Critics on Saturday, completing a remarkable run of success for David Lynch's film which began with a best director prize at this year's Cannes Film Festival.The National Society which comprises 52 of the country's leading critics has been voting its annual awards since 1966 and dedicated this year's awards to the memory of Pauline Kael, the longtime New Yorker fim critic and a ...

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