Framed_Angel wrote:Moments ago I re-watched 14. Some minor things I didnt notice last time:
- Just as Gordon enters the room where Albert and Tammy were talking -- after Gordon had hung up w/ Sheriff Frank -- he hands Albert a slip of paper before saying "Diane's on her way". What he said just before that, and after ''coffee time" -- was, "Albert, I think I've got it!"
So what was that paper, and is that what Gordon was referencing with "I think I've got it"?
- At the beginning of the scene where Hawk arrives w/ the sandwiches they ordered: Deputy Andy is arranging four boxes neatly along the table. But then everything becomes about the sandwiches and/ or arresting Chad. No further mention of the boxes, has anyone seen them before or knows what they were for? Looked like metal boxes and all four were identical.
- During the bar scene with Sarah Palmer: a small lamp sits in the middle of the bar. A weird place for a lamp. At one point it was centered in the frame of a shot as Sarah replied again to the "Truck You" dude. I know electricity is a big theme and all, with probably the lamps representing it and whatnot, but that was a weird place for it. (Another scene, with Harry &Fireman in the white lodge, a shaded lamp had a distinct presence too, as elsewhere)..
Cool to finally see the credits and that "megan" is played by the IRL daughter of actress Kelly Lynch. Her standout role for me was in Drugstore Cowboy, which director Gus van Sant's work evokes as close to anything Lynch-inspired as anyone non-DKL could get, and van Sant probably deserves a recognition all his own so I feel kind of lousy for even suggesting he's any kind of derivative. Both made big impressions on me at around the same time their work was emerging to a fuller audience.
Speaking of Gus Van Sant, these Pilot-era snapshots are wow! way back machine https://tp.blogberth.com/2017/07/01/see ... ants-1989/
These boxes must be the important things regarding Briggs that were found and never elaborated on.