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by Lynchland
13 August 2020, 09:54
Forum: Part 14 - We are like the dreamer
Topic: Press Review
Replies: 12
Views: 6114

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Stairway to Heaven (Sean T. Collins | Rolling Stone) You never know how and when Twin Peaks will push you to the brink of tears – all you know is that it will. Perhaps it happened in this week’s episode when FBI Director Gordon Cole recalled the last sighting of his old partner, Agent Philip Jeffri...
by Lynchland
29 July 2020, 23:28
Forum: Part 12 - Let's Rock !
Topic: Press Review
Replies: 7
Views: 5270

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Prodigal Daughter (Sean T. Collins | Rolling Stone) The idea behind these climactic “scenes from a small town” conversations [at the Roadhouse] is the same one animating Audrey and Charlie’s argument. This idea is that everyone we meet has a story that sprawls out unseen in all directions, and at a...
by Lynchland
24 July 2020, 10:55
Forum: Part 11 - There’s fire where you are going
Topic: Press Review
Replies: 8
Views: 5697

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Part 11 Puts a Funny Spin on David Fincher as Agent Cooper Edges Closer to Reality (Ben Travers | IndieWire) “For all the parodies and homages that reference David Fincher’s iconic scene in “Seven,” this one may take the cake– well, the pie. The long drive into the desert. The long row of telephone...
by Lynchland
04 June 2020, 16:59
Forum: Part 5 - Case files
Topic: Press Review
Replies: 5
Views: 4809

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Teach Me How to Dougie (Laura Hudson | Vulture) If the first four episodes of Twin Peaks: The Return were a mainline injection of all the most surreal Red Room madness of Fire Walk With Me, the fifth marks a modest return to vaguely conventional storytelling. It’s still full of outlandish non sequi...
by Lynchland
02 June 2020, 22:16
Forum: Parts 3 & 4 - Call for help ! / ...…brings back some memories
Topic: Press Review
Replies: 8
Views: 5401

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The New 'Twin Peaks' Is Funny as Hell (Jess Zimmerman | Vice) Take the bit in Dougie's kitchen, where Dougie's kid Sonny Jim patiently teaches an ill-dressed Cooper how to eat pancakes. [...] I think this scene, in conversation with a similar scene in the original, is going to be the key to underst...
by Lynchland
01 June 2020, 15:41
Forum: Parts 3 & 4 - Call for help ! / ...…brings back some memories
Topic: Press Review
Replies: 8
Views: 5401

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Naomi Watts Reunited With David Lynch After 15 Years, And It Was An Acting Powerhouse (Zack Sharf | IndieWire) It’d be a shame to overlook just how incredible Watts is in her “Twin Peaks” debut. In about four minutes, the actress runs the gamut of emotions and provides the revival with one of its b...
by Lynchland
31 May 2020, 13:49
Forum: Parts 1 & 2 - My log has a message for you / The stars turn and a time presents itself
Topic: Press Review
Replies: 14
Views: 7163

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“The Stars Turn And A Time Presents Itself” (Russ Fischer | Birth. Movies. Death.) More than anything else outside of the shared work of David Lynch and Mark Frost, trust is the root of what makes TWIN PEAKS work. The series represents David Lynch trusting his instincts, following wherever his idea...
by Lynchland
28 May 2020, 15:07
Forum: Parts 3 & 4 - Call for help ! / ...…brings back some memories
Topic: Press Review
Replies: 8
Views: 5401

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Sculpting in Time (Vadim Rizov / Filmmaker Magazine) Having to answer to no one, Lynch drags TV away from dialogue and into gallery-land: each room and space has been exquisitely color-graded, each signature ominous room tone/bass rumble personally sound-designed by Lynch himself. Confounding doesn...
by Lynchland
24 May 2020, 15:27
Forum: Parts 1 & 2 - My log has a message for you / The stars turn and a time presents itself
Topic: Press Review
Replies: 14
Views: 7163

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Lynch Unleashed (Laura Miller | Slate) From the opening shots, the series has the stretched-out rhythm of a Lynch film: dialogue scenes full of long pauses and repetitions, techniques that at first feel stilted then inexorably reshape your sense of how a story can unfold on screen. If you squirm at...