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Re: Twin Peaks Season 3

#61  Postby archibald » Sep 08, 2017 10:26 pm

Shrunk wrote:

I've usually figured that Lynch and Frost construct their scenes according to a kind of dream logic, where atmosphere and visual/emotional content take precedence over linear story telling. But examples like this makes me wonder if they actually have a meticulously worked out narrative of intersecting time lines and alternate realities.

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Somehow, I doubt it.

I think In recall him saying once that even he doesn't know what his films are about. In that sense, I've come to think he's half meticulous half letting it all hang out. I'm not sure whether to take him seriously, and look for 'his' meanings, or just let it wash over me and enjoy my own interpretations.
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Re: Twin Peaks Season 3

#62  Postby Shrunk » Sep 09, 2017 6:05 pm

Someone's gone and synced the final two episodes, and is convinced this is how they are meant to be viewed.

I don't know, I haven't watched the whole thing myself. But have a look at the ending from 52:28:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1VNS8 ... RrWE0/view

This is all getting very Room 237.
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Re: Twin Peaks Season 3

#63  Postby SafeAsMilk » Jan 23, 2020 1:17 pm

Woop, just found this thread again! Finished the season a couple days ago, the whole thing is still swirling around in my head. I don't buy the whole thing about the last two episodes being synced (especially with Lynch calling it "bullshit"), but there's something very wrong with the last episode that I don't feel like I'm getting. Cooper isn't himself. Lynch normally does these long, hanging spaces where nothing happens, but even for him it's excessive here. The final image of the house is haunting.
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