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Post by Ludolynch » 11 July 2017, 15:37

Whatever This Is (Keith Uhlich / MUBI)
The aesthetically and thematically provocative Part 8 fitted the Twin Peaks mythos into our very real history of atomic destruction. And this week's Part 9—a return to the uncanny banal in which cowriter-director David Lynch specializes—reverses that by bringing an important element of Peaks' make-believe universe squarely into our own.
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Dale Cooper is not what he seems...

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Post by Lynchland » 18 July 2017, 15:53

A TV Revolution in Nine Episodes, Via David Lynch and ‘Dougie’ (Ben Travers / IndieWire)
“Twin Peaks” isn’t a show that can be summed in words so much as it’s one that demands to be analyzed by emotional patterns, visceral reactions, and again we say, impact. No other TV has demanded such assessments be made, even if transcendent series like “The Leftovers,” “Mad Men,” and “The Wire” have invited and inspired unprecedented critiques. As IndieWire’s Chief Film Critic Eric Kohn writes, Lynch “draws you in, mystifies you, bores you, terrifies you…and leaves you with the sense that no matter what it all means, the experience has been meaningful.”
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