The sheer weirdness of that street light scene redeems Jennifer Lynch's Hisss of all its iniquities. A Nagin missing her snake-lover roams around the city in the dead of night. On seeing a moth-ridden street light, she climbs up and sheds some tears for her lost love. A path breaking take on shama-parwana motif of old Hindi cinema and basic urdu poetry.
The scene could have well gone into David Lynch territory if the viewer got to see the well-attired Nagin of Reena Roy climb up that pole and not Nagin of Mallika Sherawat in buff.