Kyle MacLachlan interviewed this morning on CBC (Canada)

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Kyle MacLachlan interviewed this morning on CBC (Canada)

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Re: Kyle MacLachlan interviewed this morning on CBC (Canada)

Postby Ashok » Fri Sep 08, 2017 9:34 am

Wow, he's all over the place this week, lol! I was just coming here to say he had a new interview on the Today Show.

https://www.today.com/video/kyle-maclac ... 2240067976
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Re: Kyle MacLachlan interviewed this morning on CBC (Canada)

Postby chromereflectsimage » Fri Sep 08, 2017 3:53 pm

I disagree with him on Mr. C being a separate/opposite entity of Coop. Coop disassociates Mr. C in his mind as a way to cope, but I do think the end as Richard showed an integrated form where Mr. C was definitely part of Cooper.
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Re: Kyle MacLachlan interviewed this morning on CBC (Canada)

Postby Cipher » Sat Sep 09, 2017 10:06 pm

chromereflectsimage wrote:I disagree with him on Mr. C being a separate/opposite entity of Coop. Coop disassociates Mr. C in his mind as a way to cope, but I do think the end as Richard showed an integrated form where Mr. C was definitely part of Cooper.

That stood out to me as well. It's hard to look at this season without coming to view Mr. C as Cooper's appetites in a way he won't allow or acknowledge until his reemergence as "Richard."

But fair enough that Kyle would have different takes while inhabiting the roles.

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