The Random Twin Peaks Thread

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I've never seen the fanedit version that combines the movie and the missing pieces. Is it worth tracking down? Also, FWWM and The MIssing Pieces should be available to stream in UK/Europe - but they're not. I have the boxset, but my blu-ray player doesn't work well and these days I mostly just stream. I tried signing up to The Criterion Channel, but not available in my region.
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Jonah wrote: Sat May 01, 2021 6:52 pm I've never seen the fanedit version that combines the movie and the missing pieces. Is it worth tracking down? Also, FWWM and The MIssing Pieces should be available to stream in UK/Europe - but they're not. I have the boxset, but my blu-ray player doesn't work well and these days I mostly just stream. I tried signing up to The Criterion Channel, but not available in my region.
I never watch anything that wasn't intended by the director, but sometimes it's fun to see what might have been if the director hadn't been able to see his vision through. In the case of the FWWM supercut, I thought it was worth watching simply to see the original script come to life...especially since Lynch obviously loves those scenes. The real, purposefully lean movie is of course preferable, but...The fan edit is fun because in many ways it seems like the real link between the original series and The Return. It both feels more like the original series, like the original series had continued in miniseries form, and also feels similar to The Return, like a very different beast with Twin Peaks characters inserted in slice of life fashion. So I think it's worth a spin if you're curious.
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LateReg wrote: Sat May 01, 2021 7:22 pm It both feels more like the original series, like the original series had continued in miniseries form
That sounds interesting and appealing. (I wonder if I can find it anywhere to stream rather than download, but probably not.)
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From reddit (on "Liminal Spaces" courtesy of user SpaghettiMane445 - shared with their permission):
https://www.reddit.com/r/twinpeaks/comm ... tensifies/
https://www.reddit.com/r/LiminalSpace/c ... t_look_up/
(I wonder where it is.)
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Interesting reddit thread - What is your Twin Peaks unpopular opinion?
https://www.reddit.com/r/twinpeaks/comm ... r_opinion/
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One more from reddit (courtesy of user IOZ148 - shared with their permission):

https://www.reddit.com/r/twinpeaks/comm ... g_and_only

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some footage of Leonard Nimoy being kissed by Catherine Coulson at 11:40 here on set of Star Trek II

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Bored waiting for news. Here are some random gifs.
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someone posted Bergman's Hour of The Wolf (Vargtimmen) on you tube. worth watching for DL enthusiasts.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqsVjwZUtKU
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Not sure if this has been posted here before, saw it on a Lynch related Instagram page the other day and thought it was funny.
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JackwithOneEye wrote: Thu May 06, 2021 11:11 am someone posted Bergman's Hour of The Wolf (Vargtimmen) on you tube. worth watching for DL enthusiasts.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqsVjwZUtKU
Vargtimmen is one of the more disturbing Bergman films I have seen. Good recommendation, but, even more so, I would recommend any / all of his films to any human being, not just Lynch enthusiasts.
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I don't always need television shows with red curtains in the woods or magic islands - but it helps!
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