"Consensual reality". I have no idea what that is, but as long it's consensual I suppose it's okay.
Anyway, I'll just quote myself from a few pages ago
BGate wrote:Filmmakers having recurring themes or concerns or aesthetic motifs is not the same thing as "nostalgia for their own careers"
There are two parts to what you're saying. I'm not quibbling with the observations that The Return is in some ways
working against the idea of nostalgia. I'm talking about the ridiculous "self-references" part. You'll notice that nowhere in that thread that you're obsessed with, nor the interviewer's question, does the word "nostalgia" appear. That's you projecting your subjective
notion onto other people, because you're so desperate to prove that this inane nostalgia/anti-nostalgia thing is an objective, empirical, undeniable "reality".
Twin Peaks 2017 is very different than the original series in many ways, and in other ways it's not. I have no interest in arguing with you over whether that's a good or bad thing, because it would be incredibly dumb, and quite frankly already is (the argument itself I mean, not you or anyone else specifically)