Surprise UK fest write-up in an Italian newspaper. The part to the left briefly describes the fest and throws in a couple of quotes from Sabrina Sutherland that don't tell anything new to this board - they haven't even talked about the possibility of a fourth season yet, right now Lynch is still working on the blu ray/DVD, then he's gonna do a retrospective, they gotta think about the campaign for the Emmys first too, ratings schmatings Showtime care about subscribers and anyway they know full well that producing a work of art has a value of its own that won't be forgotten in the future.
On the right, a Fenn interview:
Q: Sherilyn, what do you think was Audrey's fate?
A: I have my idea. She is for sure in a world that is "different" from the one the other characters inhabit. Fans have said that she may be in a coma, or that she's dead, but I don't see such a dark fate for her. For me, she lives like in a dream dimension, I like to think that there's a light in her, that the darkness didn't win.
Q: what did Lynch tell you on the set of "The Return"?
A: He told me: this scene, do it like you did it 25 years ago. But it was frustrating, because I'm not the same person I was 25 years ago. Furthermore, back then, we often filmed without a script. But this time we had a script.
Q: And what did you feel when you read it?
A: The first time I read about Audrey I started to cry. I didn't like the first version of the script, I opposed it, I walked away. And eventually, David changed it.
Q: Audrey was (past tense in the source text - TN) a much loved character.
A: Yes, I got mail from so many girls. They told me that Audrey was a role model for them, a strong girl they could take as an inspiration.
Q: Gotta say, Twin Peaks also scared an entire generation...
A: Yes, that's true. Where were your parents when you were watching us on tv?
Q: Would you come back for a fourth season?
A: For sure. I would be ready to put up my dukes and take on David again.
] The gathered are known by their faces of stone.