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David Lynch's Club Silencio Was Inspired by His Film Mulholland Drive

By: Jared Lindzon - Published: Sep 6, 2011 • References: guardian
David Lynch, a filmmaker famous for confusing and freaking out his audiences, recently opened a nightclub in Paris called Silencio, whose design was inspired by his 2001 film Mulholland Drive.

The strange and twisted club was a key location for the film, and has been recreated in the same fashion. Hidden below six flights of stairs, the members-only nightclub includes a variety of features which were hand selected by the filmmaker himself — from the color of the toilet bowls to the saltiness of the nuts at the bar.
The club includes a concert hall, restaurant, library and cinema. Membership to the club costs 780 euros annually, or 420 euros for non-French residents under 30.