A lot of it stays with you meaning at some level it works. Or part of it works. Some of it really burrows down.
Agreed. The slowness and frustrating...ness of it are exactly the point. And it is extremely disturbing.A lot of it stays with you meaning at some level it works. Or part of it works. Some of it really burrows down.
Is it actually four and a half hours long? Daunting.This is well worth a watch if you're as into the show as I am, and have seen all of it, or all of it that you ever plan to watch, at any rate.
tl,dr; Twin Peaks in its entirety, but especially the film and the last series, is essentially an elaborate meta-commentary on the nature of TV in general, TV's effect on society and vice-versa, and the show itself and its relationship to us, the audience.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjDa-_Vq51IYeah I didn't get all the TP3 hype either. It's a slog to say the least. Felt like a perfect example of that old theory where people assume something is good if it's complicated and they can't understand it.
Yeah but the original was all that and then some. I'd rather TP3 was something completely separate. Then maybe I'd be able to enjoy it on its own terms. As it stands, for me, it's a piece of indulgent shit. Plus, did it really stay with you? Lynch has become a parody of himself imo. No different to Tim Burton in that way. You know it deep down when something is as good as the orig. TP3 ain't.A lot of it stays with you meaning at some level it works. Or part of it works. Some of it really burrows down.