The mystery within the mystery or How this stuff happens!LostInTheMovies wrote:... and he said "I saw some creamed corn in the cafeteria today and I just had to include it!" But what I wonder is if it was also his idea to have a different, presumably unrelated Tremond woman living in the house a few episodes later - even though he didn't write or direct that episode.
I can professionally relate to an environment where a creative project spans many months, and throughout the blueprints become more and more altered, sometimes through circumstance or logistics, but chiefly by muse of someone in authority. People involved in the work always bracing--what did he come up with this time? The effects are generally compounded however, and deferred...drop a stone in still water and notice the ripples. Did Tremond lady #2 ripple in Lynch's mind a day later, and he shared it with writers/directors? Or, Tim Hunter wake up from sleep with a Lynchian inspiration? The creamed corn concept evolves into a principal icon and motive involving primary individuals and spawning vastly more secondary characters and places.
It just started out as a magic trick. Did the inception of garmonbozia precede, accompany or follow this.