American cult series, where Angelo BADALMENTI's haunting music merges with David LYNCH's dreamlike universe. An offbeat Federal agent (Kyle MACLACHLAN) meets an intriguing Lolita (Sherilyn FENN). =-=- Série américaine culte, où l'envoûtante musique d'Angelo BADALMENTI se fond à l'univers inquiétant & onirique de David LYNCH. Rencontre entre 1 agent fédéral décalé (Kyle MACLACHLAN) & 1 perverse Lolita (Sherilyn FENN).
To me it always felt like it just lived from one episode to another without any real theme or idea, except that the show will last until the murder is solved - virtually all dialogue sounded meaningless to me, every character looked absurd and I just could not watch it.
Twin Peaks is like this odd friend that you are genuinely happy to see again, although you know time with him won't be easy, and that he is going to lead you to the most remote zones of your psyche.
Lynch's work always transcend time and style, proof being the Twin Peaks new season.
I always get lost in a parallel universe after I have finished reading a novel, and with Twin Peaks, the confusion is even stronger...
For me the show the changed American television from being juvenile and stupid. This was the first show that turned me into an adult, sophisticated man. It had one of the best ensembles every put together on the small screen and a murder mystery that becomes darker, more absorbing and dreamlike than anyone could dare. The music haunts me still as does it's ending. David Lynch channeled my inner dreams with this show.
The king of cult David Lynch creates some of his most dynamic, emotive work in the format of primetime soap opera for ABC. Speaks for itself. A master of mood and character. LONG LIVE LAURA PALMER. I thought it continued to unfold beautifully after Laura's murderer is revealed, and thankfully we can tune back in 25 years later!