Leland's bloody shirt in FWWM / monkey / corn

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Leland's bloody shirt in FWWM / monkey / corn

Postby RBinPerson » Thu Apr 26, 2007 1:38 pm

At the end of FWWM, after Laura's murder, Leland enters the waiting room/Black Lodge and splits into two-- Leland and BOB. Why does Leland have a bloody shirt, as if he was wounded? (BOB removes the blood and throws it onto the floor.)

What are your interpretations of the "monkey face" in FWWM? What is THAT all about? And who is Judy?

Okay, so creamed corn represents garmonbozia (er, "pain and suffering"). I've done some research and can't find any evidence that garmonbozia is even a real word. Is it foreign? Why creamed corn? Whose lips/mouth is eating it at the end of FWWM just before the image of the monkey? The dwarf's?

Food, er, questions for thought.

RB

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