Lost Highway (1997) dir. David Lynch

A surrealist retelling of a series of strange, but connected events. A jazz musician receives mysterious videotapes in the mail which show his house, both inside and out, and is later imprisoned for murder, where he strangely transforms into a young mechanic. A brilliant surrealist masterpiece, often described as having a “Moebius strip” narrative. An intricate web of suspense and intrigue, orchestrated by the genius that is David Lynch. Leaves many questions unanswered and is perceived differently by every viewer.
Superb cinematography and acting performances, most notably from Patricia Arquette, garnished with a masterpiece musical score by Angelo Badalamenti (Including songs by Rammstein and David Bowie!). Complicated, bizarre, mysterious and puzzling.
Also notable for the small-role acting debut of rock musician Marilyn Manson.

A similar theme is explored (in a completely different manner) in Michael Haneke‘s 2005 thriller Cache (Hidden).

Lost Highway Cast:  Bill Pullman, Patricia Arquette, John Roselius, Robert Blake, Michael Massee, Robert Loggia

IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0116922

Lost Highway

Lost Highway