Wonderful & Strange wrote:Jasper wrote:Cooperscoffeecup wrote:
1. There's no reason all of the storylines should resolve. In real life everyone doesn't experience some neat little kind of resolve at the same time, if ever. Lynch famously either avoids resolution, or leaves resolution very much open to interpretation (just look at the various interpretations of the end of Blue Velvet).
2. The entire narrative arc was written ahead of time, over the course of years. They wrote the entire story they wanted to write, then Lynch filmed it, then cut it up and arranged it into "parts". There's not going to be an issue with Lynch having said "Sorry gang, I was so busy filming this stuff I didn't have time to film the whole story that we wrote, so I just stopped at 75%."
There's been a lot of concern along the lines of:
Oh my gosh! THERE'S NOT ENOUGH TIME!
THERE'S. NOT. ENOUGH. TIME!!!
They're telling the story they wanted to tell. The whole thing.
A surprisingly large amount of people act as though they're under the impression that Lynch and company are pumping these parts out week by week, perhaps just finishing a day before the show airs.
No one think that